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World atlas of Holocene sea-level changes
Paolo Antonio Pirazzoli
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Paolo Antonio Pirazzoli, assistant Jean Pluet.|
|Series||Elsevier oceanography series -- 58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x,300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
Modelled changes in tidal range during the mid‐ to late Holocene in eastern England suggest that the calculated rate of land subsidence is overestimated unless such changes are quantified. The effect is most significant for large coastal lowlands, the Fenland and Humber (ca. and mm yr −1), that were tidal embayments during the mid Cited by: The World Atlas of Holocene Sea Changes by P.A. Pireazzoli. Elsevier This timely study is concerned with the current record of sea-level changes during the p years; their rates, and our ability to estimate these changes accurately. The author begins with an extensive introduction to the subject, covering the historical background and the possible causes of sea-level changes and.
Holocene sea-level changes in the Indo-Pacific S. A. Woodroffe a and B. P. Hortonb a Environmental Research Centre, Department of Geography, University of Durham, South Road, Durham, DH1 3LE, UK b Department of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, , USA Abstract Holocene sea-level reconstructions exist from many locations in the Indo-Pacific. A major point of discussion at that time centered on whether or not the post-glacial marine transgression followed a smooth versus a fluctuating curve that reflected world-wide sea level changes (e.g., Shepard and Suess, ; Fairbridge, , ).
Sea Level Change in the Holocene Epoch Print Referring back to Figure on the previous page, we observe that approximately 6, years ago, the rate of sea level rise slowed significantly. Holocene book reviews: Atlas of palaeoclimates and palaeoenvironments of the Northern Hemisphere Edited by B. Frenzel, M. Pecsi and A.A. Velichko. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest: Geographical Research Institute; Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer .
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Purchase World Atlas of Holocene Sea-Level Changes, Volume 58 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The "World Atlas of Holocene Sea-Level Changes" will be a widely used reference for the historical record of sea-level change and for the assessment of the impact of near-future sea-level change at the local scale, particularly in the context of global ("greenhouse") warming.
Moreover, the volume provides an excellent general review of the Cited by: Part 1. Introduction. Historical background. Possible causes of sea-level changes. How sea-level changes are studied. Sea-level indicators.
Dating Holocene shorelines. The accuracy of sea-level curves. Sea-level predictions. Aims of this Atlas. How to consult the Atlas. Part 2: Regional Sea-Level Changes. Svalbard. Fennoscandia. Norway. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Oceanography and Marine Biology: World Atlas of Holocene Sea-Level Changes Vol.
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The Late Pleistocene observations of sea-level are important for establishing the magnitude of the exchange of mass between the polar ice sheets and the oceans that has occurred through time.
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Absolute sea-level changeThe pattern of absolute sea-level change at the end of the ice age has been difficult to establish, principally because it is difficult to find stable r, new approaches using oxygen isotopes from deep-sea cores are beginning to provide an indication of global sea-level trends during the period.
The Holocene provides students, researchers and lay-readers with the remarkable story of how the natural world has been transformed since the end of the last Ice Age aro years ago.
This period has witnessed a shift from environmental changes determined by natural forces to those dominated by human actions, including those of climate and greenhouse by: Skip to main content.
MENU. Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors; SocietiesAuthor: Alastair Dawson. His main research centred on Quaternary sea-level changes, and shorelines (Holocene, Pleistocene) all over the world. As head of research at CNRS, Paris, he led several international projects,  and was scientific editor for a number of journals, including Global and Planetary Change (Elsevier).
Book Reviews. World atlas of Holocene sea‐level changes. NILS‐AXEL MÖRNER; Pages: ; First Published: December ; Abstract; PDF PDF Request permissions; Original Article. Holocene lake‐level fluctuations in Jura and the northern subalpine ranges, France: regional pattern and climatic implications.
MICHEL MAGNY.This volume provides a comprehensive review of the effects of climate variability on hydrological and human systems in the Holocene (the l years), in various parts of the world. The book concentrates on the regions bordering the Mediterranean Sea, western and central Europe, China, Japan, West and South Africa and the southwestern : Arie S.
Issar.Therefore, the coastal forms we see today belong only to the last phase of the Holocene. There might be some inherited features incorporated in them, formed during former sea-level highstands in the warmer periods of the ice ages, the last time being aboutyears ago.
The world’s coastlines are the.