Antarctica: Heat comes from the deep

Antarctica: Heat comes from the deep

Well, that would be 60 meters ‘without’ computing greenland, which is historically known to be the barometer of glaciations (or lack thereof.) That’s where the VIkings were camping in the 12th century.

Now, ‘prudent’ planning, would obviously look at a much higher elevation, ‘critical’ planning should even look at more apocalyptic scenarios, such as tsunamis, axis inversions, et al, I would deem reasonable 500 meters MSL, for ‘critical.’


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