Reconstructing Holocene Sea-level Change in the White Sea (Russia).

Webber-Bruya, Elizabeth D.

This study provides a Holocene relative sea-level reconstruction of the White Sea, Russia. Accurate relative sea-level reconstructions calibrate Earth-ice models that are used in analyzing global satellite data such as data from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) and provide context for modern sea-level change. Foraminifera from a core of salt-marsh peat taken above the current hi... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Sea level--Russia (Federation)--White Sea--History
Tufts University. Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
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