Holocene Geomorphology of the Macdonald and Tuross Rivers
The floodplains that grade to the estuaries along the New South Wales coast primarily record a history of valley aggradation induced by post-glacial sea level rise. However, post-glacial sea level along this coast has both risen, then fallen, relative to the land during the Holocene due to isostatic compensation to loading of the ocean basins. Geomorphological and stratigraphic data from the Macdonald and Tuross valleys, whichdrain to this coast, are combined with radiocarbon and optically...[Show more]
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