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Authors: Anzidei, M.*
Lambeck, K.
Antonioli, F.
Stocchi, P.
Spada, G.
Gasperini, P.
Soussi, M.
Benini, A.
Serpelloni, E.*
Baldi, P.
Pondrelli, S.*
Vannucci, G.*
Title: Sea level changes and vertical land movements in the Mediterranean from historical and geophysical data and modelling
Editors: Geological Society of London
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2008
Keywords: Sea level, archaeology, geology, geophysics, modelling, climate change
Abstract: The Mediterranean basin is a natural laboratory for the reconstruction of the sea level variations since paleo-historical times. During the Holocene, sea level variations in this region have been mainly determined by the response of the geoid and of the solid Earth to the melting of remote ice aggregates, which has produced spatially variable signals mostly governed by the effect of ocean loading. An analysis of past and recent sea level variations is possible from various indicators, which provide data on relative sea level and crustal vertical movements on different time scales.
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