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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Antarctica's Getz Ice Shelf has been rapidly thinning in recent years, producing more meltwater than any other ice shelf in the world. The influx of freshwater is known to substantially influence ocean circulation and biological productivity, but relatively little is known about the factors controlling basal melt rate or how it is spatially distributed beneath the ice shelf. Also unknown is the relative importance of subglacial discharge from the grounded ice sheetdoi:10.5194/tc-2019-170 fatcat:lcr4idkyxfeg7jxezk4zsjyzw4