I'd like to be able to say, "The Kármán line has been calculated to lie between
The "accepted" altitude of the Kármán line is 100 km. In practice, the results of calculating the Karman line can vary wildly (e.g. different aircraft shapes, elliptical orbits, local variations of the gravitational field, effects of solar wind, etc ad nauseum).
To this end, what are largest and smallest calculated and published values for the Kármán altitude?
If a source uses a different mathematical model, it should still be in the spirit of the Kármán definition: the transition between flying and in orbit.
Related, perhaps helpful: Where does the definition of the Kármán line on Wikipedia come from?