“Post-Columbian” cities, established as marine ports, will inevitably collapse as global sea-level rises faster than they can cope.
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For the news of the Antarctic ice movement this week his week (12 July 2017) that reinforces the scientific conclusion that the destruction of the “post-Columbian” coastal port city is inevitable and irreversible, see:
- Extreme Heat 2017 | Larsen C Detaches | Global Warming Disaster Imminent
- Larsen C’s ‘Delaware-size’ iceberg has calved » Yale Climate Connections
- Huge Antarctic iceberg finally breaks free – Larsen Ice Shelf, Antarctica
- Larsen C Ice Sheet Breaks Off. What Next?
- Larsen C likely to create largest Iceberg ever recorded
- The Larsen C Iceberg Is on the Brink of Breaking Off | Climate Central
- Larsen ice crack continues to open up – BBC News
- How scientists are tracking a massive iceberg in the making
- Antarctica Iceberg Could Have ‘Dire Consequences’
- Huge iceberg breaks off Antarctic ice shelf
As Dr. James Hansen has made it clear:
“It is not a question of WILL sea-level rise a large amount.
It’s only a question of how fast that will occur.”
For consideration of polar ice loss upon the change in global sea-level see: