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From: High geothermal heat flux in close proximity to the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream

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Study site in the Young Sound-Tyrolerfjord, Northeast Greenland. (a) The fjord is 90 km long and connects the Greenland ice sheet with the Greenland Sea. Red ‘X’ marks the continuous mooring recordings at 65 m. Locations for temperature and salinity measurements are indicated with red dots. (b) Bathymetry of the fjord showing the deep basin water and the two sills. DBW refers to “Dybet” bottom water. (Figure was modified from Rysgaard, S. et al.18 and generated with Illustrator v15.01.0, www.adobe.com).