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  • Evidence for a postglacial low relative sea-level stand in the drowned delta of the Merrimack River, Western Gulf of Maine
  • A submerged delta of the Merrimack River, located offshore between Cape Ann, Massachusetts, and the New Hampshire border, indicates a postglacial low relative sea-level stand of about 47 m. The low stand is inferred to date to 10,500 yr B.P
  • an early postglacial crustal rise of at least 5 m per century.
  • 1983
  • Postglacial sealevels in the Pacific: implications with respect to deglaciation regime and local tectonics
  • 1983
  • Postglacial climatic change: vegetation dynamics and the pollen record
  • 1983
  • Human occupation of the submerged coast of the Massif Armoricain and postglacial sea level changes in Quaternary coastlines and marine archaeology: Towards the prehistory of land bridges and continental shelves.
  • 1983
  • Postglacial temperature anomalies and glacial isostasy
  • 1983
  • The magnitude and frequency of large rockslides in Iceland in the Postglacial
  • 1983
  • Framvaren, a fjord in South Norway is an example of extreme anoxia, due to the geomorphological features (sill depth: 2 m, basin depth: 180 m). The postglacial history of Framvaren is outlined emphasizing the preservation of environmental changes
  • 1983
  • The least-squares linear regressions of altitudes or depths at 1000 year-time intervals between 8000 yr BP and the present have been calculated. This method modified from Y. Ota etal. and the one used by Andrews to calculate the postglacial uplift
  • 1983
  • of a more detailed knowledge of events. Only in postglacial times some basic patterns in Quaternary environmental development have been established. (P. A. Pirazzoli).
  • 1983
  • resulted from climatic change, soil development, and species migrations during postglacial times. Between 33 and 39N, stable full-glacial vegetation was replaced by a relatively unstable vegetation during late-glacial climatic amelioration| stable
  • 1983