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Work on the Fröya Gletscher, N.E. Greenland, appears to substantiate the evidence already brought forward for the irregular flow of glaciers over short periods. It appears possible to correlate the daily temperature regime with the flow of some "polar glaciers." The distribution of thrust planes seems to have no noticeable effect on the flow. It is suggested that Block-Schollen movement may underlie the jerky motion of some of even the slower moving glaciers. A subglacial stream bed on thedoi:10.3189/s0022143000026253 fatcat:b6rfuqu6gjggpn3hkc54dx3hce