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[[Image:Antarctica_no_ice.png|thumb|right|300px| A topographic map of Antarctica after removing the ice sheet and accounting for both isostatic rebound and sea level rise. Antarctica may have looked like this 35 million years ago, before the formation of large-scale ice sheets. This image is an original work created for [http://www.globalwarmingart.com/wiki/Image:Antarctica_Without_Ice_Sheet_png Global Warming Art].]]
  
 
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Eocene-Oligocene Boundary

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A topographic map of Antarctica after removing the ice sheet and accounting for both isostatic rebound and sea level rise. Antarctica may have looked like this 35 million years ago, before the formation of large-scale ice sheets. This image is an original work created for Global Warming Art.
This website is in its early stages of use. If you find it difficult to run a model in the way described, or find any other problems, your feedback will help us improve the site for future users.