Rapid fluctuations in sea level recorded at Huon Peninsula during the penultimate deglaciation.
About 140,000 years ago, the breakup of large continental ice sheets initiated the Last Interglacial period. Sea level rose and peaked around 135,000 years ago about 14 meters below present levels. A record of Last Interglacial sea levels between 116,000
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