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" The general result of the foregoing paper seems to be that the fuller consideration of the physical properties of glacier ice leads to essentially the same conclusions as those to which Forbes was led forty years ago by the study of the larger phenomena... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page 107
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1885
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1885
...200 grm. per square centimeter. Mr. Trotter is led to support the conclusions of Forbes, that glacier motion is that of a slightly viscous mass partly sliding...shearing upon itself under the influence of gravity. Regelation also plays a part in the gradual passage of snow into ice and in the healing of crevasses....
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Nature, Volume 31

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1885
...glacier, all below the " Bergschnmd " being toil and viscous, all above it hard frozen and immovable. The general result of the foregoing paper seems to...attribute the gradual passage of snow through the form of nft-e into ice, the healing of crevasses, and the possibility of comparatively rapid and violent changes...
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Nature, Volume 31

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1885
...glacier, all below the " Bergschrund " being .soft and viscous, all above it hard frozen and immovable. The general result of the foregoing paper seems to...the influence of gravity. To say this is, however, by^no means to deny the importance of regelation in the economy of a glacier. To regelation mainly...
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Some Salient Points in the Science of the Earth

Sir John William Dawson - Geology - 1893 - 499 pages
...of glacier ice leads essentially to the same conclusions as those to which Foibes was led forty-one years ago by the study of the larger phenomena of...that the motion is that of a slightly viscous mass, pmly sliding upjn its beJ, pirtly shsAringupon itself under the influence of gravity." — Tiotter,...
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Text-book of Geology

Sir Archibald Geikie - Geology - 1893 - 1147 pages
...essentially with that enunciated upwards of 40 years ago by JD Forbes, that the motion of a glacier "is tht of a slightly viscous mass, partly sliding upon its...shearing upon itself under the influence of gravity." Trotter, Proc. Roy. Soc. xxxviii. p. 107. The banded structure of glacier-ice may be compared with...
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Some Salient Points in the Science of the Earth

Sir John William Dawson - Geology - 1894 - 499 pages
...of glacier ice leads essentially to the same conclusions as those to which Forbes was led forty-one years ago by the study of the larger phenomena of...viscous mass, partly sliding upon its bed, partly shearingupon itself under the influence of gravity."—Trotter, Proc. Royal Society of London, xxxviii....
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Text-book of Geology, Part 2

Sir Archibald Geikie - Geology - 1902 - 1862 pages
...upward of 40 years ago by JD Forbes, that the motion of a glacier "is that of a slightly viscous muss, partly sliding upon its bed, partly shearing upon itself under the influence of gravity." Troltor, Proc. Roy. Soc. xxxviii. p. 107. The bunded structure of glacier-ice may be compared with...
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Text-book of geology, Volume 1

Sir Archibald Geikie - Geology - 1903
...essentially with that enunciated upwards of 50 years ago by JD Forbes, that the motion of a glacier " is that of a slightly viscous mass, partly sliding...shearing upon itself under the influence of gravity." Trotter, Prve. Ruy. Soc. xxxviii. p. 107. the coast, are concealed. The snow, creeping down the slopes,...
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