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Kakroodi, A.A. (author), Leroy, S.A.G. (author), Kroonenberg, S.B. (author), Lahijani, H.A.K. (author), Alimohammadian, H. (author), Boomer, I. (author), Goorabi, A. (author)
The level of the Caspian Sea is influenced by rivers mostly from the high latitudes of the Northern hemisphere and therefore any change of its catchments including temperature and precipitation directly reflects on Caspian Sea-level. We reconstructed Late Pleistocene to Holocene Caspian Sea-level by a multi-disciplinary approach from a 27.7 m...
journal article 2015
Kakroodi, A.A. (author), Kroonenberg, S.B. (author), Goorabi, A. (author), Yamani, M. (author)
The Caspian Sea, the largest lake in the world, is characterized by rapid sea-level changes. This provides a real physical model of coastal response to rapid sea-level change in a period of just a few years, which might take a millennium along oceanic coasts. Between 1929 and 1995, the Caspian sea level experienced the last cycle, with a range...
journal article 2013
Kakroodi, A.A. (author)
The Late Pleistocene and Holocene evolution as well as recent developments of the southern coast of the Caspian Sea have been studied using remote sensing and core data. This thesis focuses firstly on recent shoreline shifts during the last rapid sea-level cycle between 1929 and 1995, with an amplitude of three meters. Secondly, it shows a...
doctoral thesis 2012