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grl25569-sup-0004-fs01.epsPS document118KFigure S1. Critical crack length for complete ice sheet fracture.
grl25569-sup-0005-fs02.epsPS document1746KFigure S2. Crack penetration depth, as a function of water content.
grl25569-sup-0006-fs03.epsPS document111KFigure S3. Comparison of opening geometries for 2 model calculations, dry versus water-filled.
grl25569-sup-0007-fs04.epsPS document369KFigure S4. Mean flux of water through moulins and cracks.
grl25569-sup-0008-fs05.epsPS document48353KFigure S5. A healed crevasse in the field with dimensions typical for a deep water-filled crack.
grl25569-sup-0009-fs06.epsPS document58459KFigure S6. An ice canyon which yields a 3-D view of crack geometry, again with opening geometry consistent with a deep water-filled crack.

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