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Record-breaking height for 8000-Year-Old tsunami in the North Atlantic
(American Geophysical Union, 2003-08-05)
Calendar year age estimates of Allerød - Younger Dryas sea-level oscillations at Os, western Norway
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2004)
A detailed shoreline displacement curve documents the Younger Dryas transgression in western Norway. The relative sea-level rise was more than 9m in an area which subsequently experienced an emergence of almost 60 m. The ...
The start of a major sea-level rise indicates that icesheet expansion in western Norway commenced before the Younger Dryas
The relative sea level rose 10 m on Sotra, western Norway, during the Younger Dryas (YD). Based on dating of isolation basins, the transgression started in late Allerød at ~13 110 and ended in late YD at ~11 780 cal yr ...
Evidence for three North Sea tsunamis at the Shetland Islands between 8000 and 1500 years ago
(Elsevier Ltd., 2005-08)
Coastal fen- and lake deposits enclose sand layers that record at least three Holocene tsunamis at the Shetland Islands. The oldest is the well-known Storegga tsunami (ca 8100 cal yr BP), which at the Shetlands invaded ...