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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Both ice sheets on Greenland and Antarctica are discharging ice into the ocean. In many regions along the coast of the ice sheets, the icebergs calf into a bay. If the addition of icebergs through calving is faster than their transport out of the embayment, the icebergs will be frozen into a m&#233;lange with surrounding sea ice in winter. In this case, the buttressing effect of the ice m&#233;lange can be considerably stronger than anydoi:10.5194/tc-2020-50 fatcat:ilakrlt755gzbgxpesbzdiawvy