Data for: A postglacial relative sea-level database for the Russian Arctic coast
Description of this data
We present the first quality-controlled relative sea-level (RSL) database for the Russian Arctic coast from the Barents Sea in the west to Laptev Sea in the east (29 to 152oE and 63 to 81oN). The database consists of 385 sea-level index points and 249 limiting dates and spans 24 ka to present. Sea-level indicators are derived from multiple proxies, including isolation basins, raised beaches, glacial erratics, marine terraces, laidas (salt marshes), deltaic salt marshes and muds, and transgressive contacts.
Experiment data files
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Cite this dataset
Baranskaya, Alisa; Peltier, William; Romanenko, Fedor; Khan, Nicole; Roy, Keven; Horton, Benjamin (2018), “Data for: A postglacial relative sea-level database for the Russian Arctic coast”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/9878ptjg5m.1