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        StatementDept. of Geography and Earth Science, Queen Mary College, University of London
        PublishersDept. of Geography and Earth Science, Queen Mary College, University of London
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        LC Classifications1985
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        Paginationxvi, 108 p. :
        Number of Pages94
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As well as the addition of melted ice water from glaciers and ice sheets, recent sea level changes are affected by the thermal expansion of sea water due to global warming, sea level change due to deglaciation of the last glacial maximum postglacial sea level changedeformation of the land and ocean floor and other factors. : Recent results based on continuous GPS observations of the GIA process in Fennoscandia from BIFROST, J.

: An investigation of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment over the Aundsen Sea sector, West Antarctica, Global Planet. The one shortcoming of Woodward's 1888 analysis was his decision to neglect the deformation of the Earth in response to surface loading. Solid Earth deformation will affect ice-sheet evolution; this can be modelled with a coupled model Sect. In summary, since the introduction of SEA, examples of how the assessment process has added value to plan-making in Scotland is numerous.288, 516—523,2009.

The Main Postglacial and Blairdrummond displaced shorelines, previously identified widely in mainland Scotland, are dated in the area at c. : Low post-glacial rebound rates in the Weddell Sea due to Late Holocene ice-sheet readvance, Earth Planet. SEA should not be just about practitioners following set procedures.

From 1887 onward, beginning with Glacio-isostatic shoreline development in Scotland 178, the Transactions have been divided into two series: Series A, Mathematics and Physical sciences and Series B, Biology. The findings of an assessment are just as important to those preparing a plan as those likely to be affected by it or with an interest.

: A 3-D coupled ice sheet-sea level model applied to Antarctica through the last 40 ky, Earth Planet.

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Practitioners may have to work hard to play an integral role in the plan decision making Glacio-isostatic shoreline development in Scotland.457, 238—249,2017. Mitrovica and Forte, 2004 or via the conversion of seismic velocity perturbations into mantle viscosity variations e.1998; Milne et al.

The ideas developed by Jamieson 1865Croll 1875Woodward 1888Nansen 1921and Daly 1925 laid the foundations for the development of the sea-level equation Farrell and Clark, 1976 and the study of glacial isostatic adjustment GIA. Over both timescales these mechanisms result in a long-wavelength change in the distribution of water across the ocean, and this will excite additional solid Earth deformation, thus further altering the rotational state of the Earth.

2013 were the first to incorporate the gravitational, deformational, and rotational effects of sediment redistribution into a traditional GIA model Fig.also known as marine terrace — Beach or wave-cut platform raised above the shoreline by a relative fall in the sea level•