An inflection in the rate of early mid-Holocene eustatic sea-level rise: A new sea-level curve from Singapore
This study presents a sea-level curve from ∼9500 to ∼6500 cal BP for the farfield location of Singapore, on the Sunda Shelf in southeast Asia. The curve is based on more than 50 radiocarbon dates from elevations of +1.43 m to -15.09 m representing sea
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