关闭×
X img

Wechat

img

冰川冻土交流群

218834310

Adv. Search
  • High-altitude initiation, dynamic collapse and phase transformation of mountain snow-ice melt geological disaster chain

    High-altitude initiation, dynamic collapse and phase transformation of mountain snow-ice melt geological disaster chain

    Yanjun SHEN, Siwei CHEN, Lei ZHANG, Penghui MA, Sisi TIAN, Wen MA

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2022 44 (2): 643-656.

    Due to the effect of global warming on the temperature amplification in high-altitude mountain areas, ice and snow geological disasters tend to increase, and generally show the characteristics of chain development. They are characterized by dynamic transformation of disaster types, large impact range and high damage degree, which seriously threaten the safety of major engineering constructions in the region. In this . . .

     
  • Experiment and numerical simulation of snow storage in alpine region

    Experiment and numerical simulation of snow storage in alpine region

    Xing WANG, Feiteng WANG, Jiawen REN, Dahe QIN

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2021 43 (6): 1617-1627.

    With global warming, skiing sports show sensitivity and dependence on climate change; the skiing season will be shortened to different degrees worldwide. As a coping method, snow storage has been gradually studied and applied in the skiing industry. In this paper, a snow storage experiment was carried out in Jiminay County (47°08′ N,85°35′ E,2 915 m a.s.l.), Altay, Xinjiang in May 2019. The harmonic response method s. . .

     
  • Glacial lake outburst floods on the High Mountain Asia: a review

    Glacial lake outburst floods on the High Mountain Asia: a review

    Taigang ZHANG, Weicai WANG, Tanguang GAO, Baosheng AN, Xuexue SHANG

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2021 43 (6): 1673-1692.

    Glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs) are formed by the rapid and massive release of water from glacial lakes. In the context of global warming, it is imperative to establish a GLOFs database for glacial lake risk assessment and management to strengthen social awareness, response and prevention of GLOF hazards. On the High Mountain Asia (HMA), GLOFs are mainly distributed in the Tian Shan, Karakorum, Himalayas, Nyainq. . .

     
  • Study on physical and mechanical properties of frozen simulated lunar soil in lunar polar region

    Study on physical and mechanical properties of frozen simulated lunar soil in lunar polar region

    Chengdan HE, Yasheng LI, Zhi WEN, Yongrui WANG, Xiao ZHANG, Long JIN, Zihan YIN, Sujun QUAN

    Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2021 43 (6): 1773-1781.

    In recent years, more and more detection results show that there is water ice in the lunar soil in the permanent shadow area of the lunar polar region. Water is not only a chemical substance for human survival, but also a key link to understand the unique formation and evolution of the Moon. Therefore, all space powers regard the lunar polar region as an important goal of lunar exploration projects. The thermal condu. . .

     
  • Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 2021 43 (3): 681-683.

     
Current cover | 2022 Vol.44 (5)
Current IssueArchivePre-publishedSpecial issue

Analysis of ice thickness sounded by ground penetrating radar and ice volume of Tuolainanshan Glacier No. 6 in the Qilian Mountains

Zheng CHE, Ninglian WANG, Qian LIANG, An’an CHEN

Abstract ( 27) HTML ( 3) PDF (2020 KB)( 114 )

Extraction of solifluction terraces in the eastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau based on deep learning and high-resolution remote sensing images

Ximin WANG, Ronggang HUANG, Zhida XU, Zhiping JIAO, Liming JIANG

Abstract ( 40) HTML ( 3) PDF (8810 KB)( 40 )

The study of deformation mechanism of ice crystals in a freezing single pore

Yong’an ZHANG, Sai YING, Tao WEN, Yueli WANG, Ziqiang ZHOU, Qianxi LU, Zhili ZHANG

Abstract ( 10) HTML ( 1) PDF (2527 KB)( 12 )

A satellite-based analysis on spatial-temporal distribution and variation of river ice in Inner Mongolia reach of the Yellow River from 1989 to 2019 based on remote sensing image interpretation

Xianyou MOU, Shantong BAO, Baosen ZHANG, Yongguang ZHAI, Honglan JI

Abstract ( 18) HTML ( 4) PDF (13936 KB)( 23 )

Research on extraction of river ice surface phenology based on Sentinel-1 time series: a case study of Inner Mongolia section of the Yellow River

Xin ZHANG, Xianyou MOU, Yongguang ZHAI, Baosen ZHANG, Honglan JI

Abstract ( 11) HTML ( 0) PDF (8077 KB)( 9 )

Ice thickness inversion and ice storage estimation of Yellow River based on satellite radar characteristic parameters

Bin LIU, Honglan JI, Yongguang ZHAI, Baosen ZHANG, Guoming GAO

Abstract ( 10) HTML ( 3) PDF (5794 KB)( 12 )

Research on the relationship between air temperatures, seawater temperature and ice regime in winter during 2017—2018 at the adjacent sea of Hongyanhe, Liaodong Bay

Yuxian MA, Yu WANG, Fan YU, Ning XU, Shuai YUAN, Wenqi SHI

Abstract ( 14) HTML ( 2) PDF (2431 KB)( 11 )

Basic characteristics of sea ice environment on the east coast of Liaodong Bay based on field observations

Yuxian MA, Ning XU, Shuai YUAN, Xueqin LIU, Wenqi SHI, Xue ZHOU, Yongqing LIU, Yuan CHEN

Abstract ( 11) HTML ( 1) PDF (2995 KB)( 15 )

Analysis of the evolution of snow cover and microwave irradiation based on Nordic Snow Radar Experiment

Jingtian ZHOU, Yubao QIU, Lin HUANG, Juha LEMMETYINEN, Lijuan SHI, Qinghuan LI, Jiancheng SHI

Abstract ( 6) HTML ( 1) PDF (7315 KB)( 6 )

Interdecadal relationship between sea surface temperature (SST) of Barents-Kara Sea and wintertime air surface temperature of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

Jinwen ZHENG, Zhiyan ZUO, Zouxing LIN, Dong XIAO

Abstract ( 5) HTML ( 0) PDF (7456 KB)( 18 )

Spatiotemporal evolution characteristics and influencing factors of land surface temperature (LST) in Tibet

Jianheng WU, Caige SUN, Fenglei FAN

Abstract ( 20) HTML ( 2) PDF (11853 KB)( 47 )

Individual and coupled influences of large-scale driving factors on extreme cold events in Xinjiang

Xiaoyue YAN, Fengqing JIANG, Chao LIU, Dagang WANG

Abstract ( 6) HTML ( 0) PDF (21161 KB)( 19 )

Response of atmospheric boundary layer height to snow cover in winter in Gurbantunggut Desert and its surrounding areas

Mengxiao ZHANG, Yu WANG, Ali Mamtimin, Yongqiang LIU, Jiacheng GAO, Wanqiu XIAO, Cong WEN, Meiqi SONG, Ailiyaer Aihaiti, Weiping WANG, Xiangyao MENG

Abstract ( 4) HTML ( 0) PDF (4107 KB)( 8 )

Spatial distribution of permafrost ground temperature by using GWRRK simulation: a case study on the section from Kunlun Mountain to Chiqu Valley around the Qinghai-Tibet Railway

Mingxing YAO, Rui ZHAO, Linchuan YANG, Hua QI, Xin LIAO, Xianglian MENG, Fujun ZHOU

Abstract ( 15) HTML ( 2) PDF (5187 KB)( 16 )

Study on failure criterion of unsaturated soil with high suction in cold regions

Jinpo SONG, Honghuan CUI, Shuqi HU, Pengfei GAO

Abstract ( 3) HTML ( 1) PDF (6112 KB)( 4 )

Mechanical model of frost heaving force in trapezoidal canal based on generalized Winkler elastic foundation beam theory

Jiawei GONG, Zhengzhong WANG, Haoyuan JIANG, Shuang LIANG, Ailei ZHENG, Liguo LU

Abstract ( 1) HTML ( 0) PDF (1982 KB)( 3 )

Study on runoff prediction of Shule River based on BMA multi-model combination

Ting ZHOU, Xiaohu WEN, Qi FENG, Zhenliang YIN, Linshan YANG

Abstract ( 5) HTML ( 0) PDF (3631 KB)( 5 )

Variation characteristics and influencing factors of precipitation isotopes in Lanzhou

Xiaobo YUE, Mingjun ZHANG, Shengjie WANG, Yuanyuan TIAN

Abstract ( 7) HTML ( 0) PDF (8020 KB)( 9 )

Seasonal variation of soil nitrogen and its relationship to environmental factors under two alpine grassland ecosystems in permafrost regions on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

Meizhen XIE, Lin ZHAO, Xiaodong WU, Huayun ZHOU, Guangyang YUE

Abstract ( 10) HTML ( 0) PDF (1652 KB)( 9 )

A review of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons pollution in soil of permafrost regions

Yan LU, Wenbing YU, Tianqi ZHANG, Weibo LIU, Kaichi QIU

Abstract ( 12) HTML ( 0) PDF (3087 KB)( 17 )

Extraction method and change of debris-covered glaciers

Jiao XUE, Xiaojun YAO, Cong ZHANG, Sugang ZHOU, Xinde CHU

Abstract ( 21) HTML ( 1) PDF (10826 KB)( 21 )

Analysis of superiority of the object-oriented-improved ice and snow index method to eliminate glacial lake interference and extract glacier boundaries: taking Geladandong Glacier as an example

Jia YANG, Shasha XUE, Yongheng SU, Qingfu REN

Abstract ( 18) HTML ( 0) PDF (8699 KB)( 22 )

Study on preparation method of remolded hollow cylinder specimen of frozen soil

Lele LEI, Dayan WANG, Yongtao WANG, Binlong ZHANG

Abstract ( 8) HTML ( 1) PDF (3288 KB)( 8 )

2022, Vol.44 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
2021, Vol.43 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2020, Vol.42 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
2019, Vol.41 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2018, Vol.40 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2017, Vol.39 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2016, Vol.38 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2015, Vol.37 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2014, Vol.36 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2013, Vol.35 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2012, Vol.34 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2011, Vol.33 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2010, Vol.32 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2009, Vol.31 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2008, Vol.30 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2007, Vol.29 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2006, Vol.28 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2005, Vol.27 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2004, Vol.26 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2003, Vol.25 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2002, Vol.24 No.6  No.5 No.4 No.3 No.2 No.1
2001, Vol.23 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
2000, Vol.22 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1999, Vol.21 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1998, Vol.20 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1997, Vol.19 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1996, Vol.18 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1995, Vol.17 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1994, Vol.16 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1993, Vol.15 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1992, Vol.14 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1991, Vol.13 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1990, Vol.12 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1989, Vol.11 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1988, Vol.10 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1987, Vol.9 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1986, Vol.8 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1985, Vol.7 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1984, Vol.6 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1983, Vol.5 No.3  No.4 No.2 No.1
1982, Vol.4 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1981, Vol.3 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1980, Vol.2 No.4  No.3 No.2 No.1
1979, Vol.1 No.2  No.1
News AnnouncementDownload CenterVideo InformationExpress News