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UNM, USF scientists find stable sea levels during last interglacial

September 10, 2018

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The magnitude and trajectory of sealevel change during the Last Interglacial, more specifically Marine Isotope Stage 5e, is uncertain. To date, the consensus view has been that sealevel may have been 6 to 9 meters above present sea level. However, scientists at The University of New Mexico (UNM) and the University of South Florida (USF), and an international team of collaborators, aren't so sure that those sea level fluctuations are accurate. Full Story

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