Comparing the Utility of Shore Platform Elevations As Sea Level Proxies in Temperate, Microtidal Environments

Published: 6 August 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xv2x29cnhx.1
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Rhiannon Bezore

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Measurements of shore platforms identified and mapped along the subaerial, contemporary coast of Victoria, Australia, as well as paleo shore platforms discovered and mapped roughly 50 m below modern sea level. These data were used to measure shore platform elevation as a proxy for sea level at the time of platform formation.

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Geology, Geomorphology, Cliffed Coastline, Sea Level, Coastal Evolution

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