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Tonk, A. (author), Withagen, A. (author)
At the Leschenault Peninsula, a reconstructed sea level curve showed a maximum sea level of 3 to 4 m above the present mean sea level during the middle Holocene. This did not agree with other sea level curves along the Western Australian coast, which were lower at that period. It was assumed that local tectonic uplift could be a reason for this...
report 1999