Sea level in Roman time in the Central Mediterranean and implications for recent change
Instrumental records indicate that ocean volumes during the 20th century have increased so as to raise eustatic sea level by ∼1-2 mm/year and the few available records suggest that this is higher than for the previous century. Geological data indicate t
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