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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Ice shelf break-up and disintegration events over the past 5 decades have led to speed-up, thinning, and retreat of upstream tributary glaciers and increases to rates of global sea-level rise. The southward progression of these episodes indicates a climatic cause and in turn suggests that the larger Larsen C and George VI ice shelves may undergo a similar collapse in the future. However, the extent to which removal of the Larsen C and George VI ice shelves willdoi:10.5194/tc-12-2307-2018 fatcat:jbbpdyj6rjfdnikbty7byivsxi