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Annals of Glaciology
stress that our study was confined to ice-shelf responses ; discharge from ice streams into the ice shelf was held constant throughout. Currently, we are incorporating this response by including a simple analytic treatment of ice streams that will provide first~order estimate of ice-stream discharge. In brief, we believe the effects of ice-stream feedback are to reduce ice-shelf thinning rates and to increase ice velocit i es. Nagao and othe r's : Abs t m ct REFERENCES MacAyeal D R 1984 Tides,doi:10.1017/s026030550000389x fatcat:gnabjeyldbar5gwceh4yelybiq