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Annals of Glaciology
An analysis is made of the steady-state width of an ice sheet whose base is below sea-level, whose basal temperatures are such that appreciable melting occurs at the base, and which is fringed by fastmoving ice streams that drain most of the outward ice flux. The fast ice velocities of the ice streams are considered to be a consequence of substantial subglacial water flow underneath the ice streams. The source of this water is the water melted from the base of the ice sheet which is diverted todoi:10.1017/s0260305500002998 fatcat:qqo5bg7px5gfrdn4rxfs6bn3pi