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This article, from the JPL website, includes a model that looks into the future of the Antarctic ice sheet.
According to studies, by the year 2250, the melting of the ice sheet — and subsequent sea level rise — may be offset by certain solid Earth processes.
Scott Middlebrook (The Alien Universe Timeline) estimates that Antarctica space traffic control station was established in mid- to late-21st Century, which would seem put its construction timeline within which ice sheet melt and resultant Earth processes changes would not have stabilized.
Perhaps this would have created architectural challenges for the station’s construction and subsequent operation?
How will Antarctica’s melting ice sheet affect sea level rise hundreds of years in the future? Scientists now have a more accurate model to answer this question.
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