Sea level changes and vertical land movement in the Eastern Mediterranean

A new paper, published in the Quaternary International, provides new relative sea level data inferred from 13 archaeological sites along the coastal regions of Turkey and Israel. Anzidei et al. uses these archeological site positions with respect to the present sea level to measure of sea level changes for the last two millennial. For detail information please refer to doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2010.05.005

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