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Title: The Influence of 5000 year-old and Younger Glacial Mass Variability on Present-day Crustal Rebound in the Antarctic Peninsula
Authors: Ivins, E.
Raymond, C.
James, T.
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Earth, Space Planets
USA
Abstract: Much of the late-Quaternary ice sheet history in the northern hemisphere is now relatively well-constrained, with the total contributions to eustatic sea level change from North America and Eurasia estimated at roughly 60 (+-12) and 20 (+-7) m, respectively, and with deglaciation bracketed at 22 to 8.5 kyr BP.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/37405
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