Articles | Volume 13, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-13-351-2019
https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-13-351-2019
Research article
 | 
01 Feb 2019
Research article |  | 01 Feb 2019

Crystallographic preferred orientations of ice deformed in direct-shear experiments at low temperatures

Chao Qi, David J. Prior, Lisa Craw, Sheng Fan, Maria-Gema Llorens, Albert Griera, Marianne Negrini, Paul D. Bons, and David L. Goldsby

Related authors

Grain growth of ice doped with soluble impurities
Qinyu Wang, Sheng Fan, and Chao Qi
EGUsphere, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2023-2344,https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2023-2344, 2023
Short summary
Grain growth of natural and synthetic ice at 0 °C
Sheng Fan, David J. Prior, Brent Pooley, Hamish Bowman, Lucy Davidson, David Wallis, Sandra Piazolo, Chao Qi, David L. Goldsby, and Travis F. Hager
The Cryosphere, 17, 3443–3459, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-17-3443-2023,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-17-3443-2023, 2023
Short summary
Full crystallographic orientation (c and a axes) of warm, coarse-grained ice in a shear-dominated setting: a case study, Storglaciären, Sweden
Morgan E. Monz, Peter J. Hudleston, David J. Prior, Zachary Michels, Sheng Fan, Marianne Negrini, Pat J. Langhorne, and Chao Qi
The Cryosphere, 15, 303–324, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-15-303-2021,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-15-303-2021, 2021
Short summary
Temperature and strain controls on ice deformation mechanisms: insights from the microstructures of samples deformed to progressively higher strains at −10, −20 and −30 °C
Sheng Fan, Travis F. Hager, David J. Prior, Andrew J. Cross, David L. Goldsby, Chao Qi, Marianne Negrini, and John Wheeler
The Cryosphere, 14, 3875–3905, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-14-3875-2020,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-14-3875-2020, 2020
Short summary

Related subject area

Discipline: Glaciers | Subject: Ice Physics
In situ estimation of ice crystal properties at the South Pole using LED calibration data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory
Rasha Abbasi, Markus Ackermann, Jenni Adams, Nakul Aggarwal, Juanan Aguilar, Markus Ahlers, Maryon Ahrens, Jean-Marco Alameddine, Antonio Augusto Alves Junior, Najia Moureen Binte Amin, Karen Andeen, Tyler Anderson, Gisela Anton, Carlos Argüelles, Yosuke Ashida, Sofia Athanasiadou, Spencer Axani, Xinhua Bai, Aswathi Balagopal V, Moreno Baricevic, Steve Barwick, Vedant Basu, Ryan Bay, James Beatty, Karl Heinz Becker, Julia Becker Tjus, Jakob Beise, Chiara Bellenghi, Samuel Benda, Segev BenZvi, David Berley, Elisa Bernardini, Dave Besson, Gary Binder, Daniel Bindig, Erik Blaufuss, Summer Blot, Federico Bontempo, Julia Book, Jürgen Borowka, Caterina Boscolo Meneguolo, Sebastian Böser, Olga Botner, Jakob Böttcher, Etienne Bourbeau, Jim Braun, Bennett Brinson, Jannes Brostean-Kaiser, Ryan Burley, Raffaela Busse, Michael Campana, Erin Carnie-Bronca, Chujie Chen, Zheyang Chen, Dmitry Chirkin, Koun Choi, Brian Clark, Lew Classen, Alan Coleman, Gabriel Collin, Amy Connolly, Janet Conrad, Paul Coppin, Pablo Correa, Stefan Countryman, Doug Cowen, Robert Cross, Christian Dappen, Pranav Dave, Catherine De Clercq, James DeLaunay, Diyaselis Delgado López, Hans Dembinski, Kunal Deoskar, Abhishek Desai, Paolo Desiati, Krijn de Vries, Gwenhael de Wasseige, Tyce DeYoung, Alejandro Diaz, Juan Carlos Díaz-Vélez, Markus Dittmer, Hrvoje Dujmovic, Michael DuVernois, Thomas Ehrhardt, Philipp Eller, Ralph Engel, Hannah Erpenbeck, John Evans, Paul Evenson, Kwok Lung Fan, Ali Fazely, Anatoli Fedynitch, Nora Feigl, Sebastian Fiedlschuster, Aaron Fienberg, Chad Finley, Leander Fischer, Derek Fox, Anna Franckowiak, Elizabeth Friedman, Alexander Fritz, Philipp Fürst, Tom Gaisser, Jay Gallagher, Erik Ganster, Alfonso Garcia, Simone Garrappa, Lisa Gerhardt, Ava Ghadimi, Christian Glaser, Thorsten Glüsenkamp, Theo Glauch, Noah Goehlke, Javier Gonzalez, Sreetama Goswami, Darren Grant, Shannon Gray, Timothée Grégoire, Spencer Griswold, Christoph Günther, Pascal Gutjahr, Christian Haack, Allan Hallgren, Robert Halliday, Lasse Halve, Francis Halzen, Hassane Hamdaoui, Martin Ha Minh, Kael Hanson, John Hardin, Alexander Harnisch, Patrick Hatch, Andreas Haungs, Klaus Helbing, Jonas Hellrung, Felix Henningsen, Lars Heuermann, Stephanie Hickford, Colton Hill, Gary Hill, Kara Hoffman, Kotoyo Hoshina, Wenjie Hou, Thomas Huber, Klas Hultqvist, Mirco Hünnefeld, Raamis Hussain, Karolin Hymon, Seongjin In, Nadege Iovine, Aya Ishihara, Matti Jansson, George Japaridze, Minjin Jeong, Miaochen Jin, Ben Jones, Donghwa Kang, Woosik Kang, Xinyue Kang, Alexander Kappes, David Kappesser, Leonora Kardum, Timo Karg, Martina Karl, Albrecht Karle, Uli Katz, Matt Kauer, John Kelley, Ali Kheirandish, Ken'ichi Kin, Joanna Kiryluk, Spencer Klein, Alina Kochocki, Ramesh Koirala, Hermann Kolanoski, Tomas Kontrimas, Lutz Köpke, Claudio Kopper, Jason Koskinen, Paras Koundal, Michael Kovacevich, Marek Kowalski, Tetiana Kozynets, Emmett Krupczak, Emma Kun, Naoko Kurahashi, Neha Lad, Cristina Lagunas Gualda, Michael Larson, Frederik Lauber, Jeffrey Lazar, Jiwoong Lee, Kayla Leonard, Agnieszka Leszczyńska, Massimiliano Lincetto, Qinrui Liu, Maria Liubarska, Elisa Lohfink, Christina Love, Cristian Jesus Lozano Mariscal, Lu Lu, Francesco Lucarelli, Andrew Ludwig, William Luszczak, Yang Lyu, Wing Yan Ma, Jim Madsen, Kendall Mahn, Yuya Makino, Sarah Mancina, Wenceslas Marie Sainte, Ioana Mariş, Szabolcs Marka, Zsuzsa Marka, Matthew Marsee, Ivan Martinez-Soler, Reina Maruyama, Thomas McElroy, Frank McNally, James Vincent Mead, Kevin Meagher, Sarah Mechbal, Andres Medina, Maximilian Meier, Stephan Meighen-Berger, Yarno Merckx, Jessie Micallef, Daniela Mockler, Teresa Montaruli, Roger Moore, Bob Morse, Marjon Moulai, Tista Mukherjee, Richard Naab, Ryo Nagai, Uwe Naumann, Amid Nayerhoda, Jannis Necker, Miriam Neumann, Hans Niederhausen, Mehr Nisa, Sarah Nowicki, Anna Obertacke Pollmann, Marie Oehler, Bob Oeyen, Alex Olivas, Rasmus Orsoe, Jesse Osborn, Erin O'Sullivan, Hershal Pandya, Daria Pankova, Nahee Park, Grant Parker, Ek Narayan Paudel, Larissa Paul, Carlos Pérez de los Heros, Lilly Peters, Josh Peterson, Saskia Philippen, Sarah Pieper, Alex Pizzuto, Matthias Plum, Yuiry Popovych, Alessio Porcelli, Maria Prado Rodriguez, Brandon Pries, Rachel Procter-Murphy, Gerald Przybylski, Christoph Raab, John Rack-Helleis, Mohamed Rameez, Katherine Rawlins, Zoe Rechav, Abdul Rehman, Patrick Reichherzer, Giovanni Renzi, Elisa Resconi, Simeon Reusch, Wolfgang Rhode, Mike Richman, Benedikt Riedel, Ella Roberts, Sally Robertson, Steven Rodan, Gerrit Roellinghoff, Martin Rongen, Carsten Rott, Tim Ruhe, Li Ruohan, Dirk Ryckbosch, Devyn Rysewyk Cantu, Ibrahim Safa, Julian Saffer, Daniel Salazar-Gallegos, Pranav Sampathkumar, Sebastian Sanchez Herrera, Alexander Sandrock, Marcos Santander, Sourav Sarkar, Subir Sarkar, Merlin Schaufel, Harald Schieler, Sebastian Schindler, Berit Schlüter, Torsten Schmidt, Judith Schneider, Frank Schröder, Lisa Schumacher, Georg Schwefer, Steve Sclafani, Dave Seckel, Surujhdeo Seunarine, Ankur Sharma, Shefali Shefali, Nobuhiro Shimizu, Manuel Silva, Barbara Skrzypek, Ben Smithers, Robert Snihur, Jan Soedingrekso, Andreas Søgaard, Dennis Soldin, Christian Spannfellner, Glenn Spiczak, Christian Spiering, Michael Stamatikos, Todor Stanev, Robert Stein, Thorsten Stezelberger, Timo Stürwald, Thomas Stuttard, Greg Sullivan, Ignacio Taboada, Samvel Ter-Antonyan, Will Thompson, Jessie Thwaites, Serap Tilav, Kirsten Tollefson, Christoph Tönnis, Simona Toscano, Delia Tosi, Alexander Trettin, Chun Fai Tung, Roxanne Turcotte, Jean Pierre Twagirayezu, Bunheng Ty, Martin Unland Elorrieta, Karriem Upshaw, Nora Valtonen-Mattila, Justin Vandenbroucke, Nick van Eijndhoven, David Vannerom, Jakob van Santen, Javi Vara, Joshua Veitch-Michaelis, Stef Verpoest, Doga Veske, Christian Walck, Winnie Wang, Timothy Blake Watson, Chris Weaver, Philip Weigel, Andreas Weindl, Jan Weldert, Chris Wendt, Johannes Werthebach, Mark Weyrauch, Nathan Whitehorn, Christopher Wiebusch, Nathan Willey, Dawn Williams, Martin Wolf, Gerrit Wrede, Johan Wulff, Xianwu Xu, Juan Pablo Yanez, Emre Yildizci, Shigeru Yoshida, Shiqi Yu, Tianlu Yuan, Zelong Zhang, and Pavel Zhelnin
The Cryosphere, 18, 75–102, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-18-75-2024,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-18-75-2024, 2024
Short summary
Ultrasonic and seismic constraints on crystallographic preferred orientations of the Priestley Glacier shear margin, Antarctica
Franz Lutz, David J. Prior, Holly Still, M. Hamish Bowman, Bia Boucinhas, Lisa Craw, Sheng Fan, Daeyeong Kim, Robert Mulvaney, Rilee E. Thomas, and Christina L. Hulbe
The Cryosphere, 16, 3313–3329, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-3313-2022,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-3313-2022, 2022
Short summary
Thermal structure of the Amery Ice Shelf from borehole observations and simulations
Yu Wang, Chen Zhao, Rupert Gladstone, Ben Galton-Fenzi, and Roland Warner
The Cryosphere, 16, 1221–1245, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-1221-2022,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-1221-2022, 2022
Short summary
Attenuation of sound in glacier ice from 2 to 35 kHz
Alexander Meyer, Dmitry Eliseev, Dirk Heinen, Peter Linder, Franziska Scholz, Lars Steffen Weinstock, Christopher Wiebusch, and Simon Zierke
The Cryosphere, 13, 1381–1394, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-13-1381-2019,https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-13-1381-2019, 2019
Short summary

Cited articles

Alley, R. B.: Flow-law hypotheses for ice-sheet modeling, J. Glaciol., 38, 245–256, 1992. a, b
Azuma, N.: A flow law for anisotropic polycrystalline ice under uniaxial compressive deformation, Cold Reg. Sci. Technol., 23, 137–147, 1995. a
Bachmann, F., Hielscher, R., and Schaeben, H.: Texture analysis with MTEX – free and open source software toolbox, in: Solid State Phenomena, edited by: Klein, H. and Schwarzer, R. A., Trans Tech Publications, 160, 63–68, 2010. a
Bachmann, F., Hielscher, R., and Schaeben, H.: Grain detection from 2d and 3d EBSD data–Specification of the MTEX algorithm, Ultramicroscopy, 111, 1720–1733, 2011. a
Bentley, C. R.: Seismic-wave velocities in anisotropic ice: A comparison of measured and calculated values in and around the deep drill hole at Byrd Station, Antarctica, J. Geophys. Res., 77, 4406–4420, 1972. a
Download
Short summary
Ice deformed in nature develops crystallographic preferred orientations, CPOs, which induce an anisotropy in ice viscosity. Shear experiments of ice revealed a transition in CPO with changing temperature/strain, which is due to the change of dominant CPO-formation mechanism: strain-induced grain boundary migration dominates at higher temperatures and lower strains, while lattice rotation dominates at other conditions. Understanding these mechanisms aids the interpretation of CPOs in natural ice.