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The influence of subglacial water on the dynamics of ice flow has been the object of increasing interest in the past decade. In this study we focus on large-scale, long-term changes in surface elevation over North East Greenland, and the corresponding changes in subglacial water routes. Our results show that over time-scales ranging from decades to millennia the area may experience redistribution of and fluctuation in subglacial water outflux under the main glacier outlets. The fluctuations indoi:10.5194/tcd-9-719-2015 fatcat:ztueiwh24bf3hopyj2no6tgzdi