13,528,354 km2（March 26, 2017）up 18,995 km2 and lowest measured for the date.
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Very enlightening animation. ZI never sleeps, although calving seems to be on hold (for the moment).
I know there is no consensus on this, but I could swear the animation shows how the immobile sea ice in the enclosed bay slows down the glacier somewhat (and perhaps stabilizes the front a little bit as well). The debris and icebergs can be seen to be pushed before the advancing glacier, and over time the movement propagates further into the bay.