Reading one of my other questions, How much would the Greenland landmass isostatic rebound contribute to long term climate change?, a subsequent question is what, if any, effect the isostatic rebound after ice cap melting would have on plate tectonic movement. A similar situation could apply to the Antarctic ice sheet.
A key consideration for this inquiry is questioning if there any evidence from the geological past to link isostatic rebound from ice sheets melting to changes in plate tectonic movement. So, the question is,
What evidence is there linking melting ice caps and changes in tectonic movement?