Modelling western North Sea palaeogeographics and tidal changes during the Holocene
Analysis of cores collected from Late Devensian (Weichselian) and Holocene sediments on the floor of the North Sea provides evidence of the transgression of freshwater environments during relative sea-level rise. Although many cores show truncated sequences, examples from the Dogger Bank, Well Bank and 5 km offshore of north Norfolk reveal transitional sequences and reliable indicators of past shoreline positions. Together with radiocarbon-dated sea-level index points collected from the...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Holocene land-ocean interaction and environmental change around the North Sea|
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