Comparison between Holocene and Marine Isotope Stage-11 sea-level histories
The exceptionally long interglacial warm period known as Marine Isotope Stage 11 (MIS-11; 428-397 ky ago vs. ky vs. kyr) is often considered as a potential analogue for future climate development in the absence of human influence. We use a new high-resolution sea-level record-a globally integrated ice-volume signal-to compare MIS-11 and the current interglacial (Holocene). It is found that sea-level rise into both interglacials started over similar timescales relative to the respective...[Show more]
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