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Geophysical models propose that a former path of ice retreat can be divided into sea-level zones based on the thickness of ice over the region. The predicted position of these zones fits remarkably closely to the observed positions.

Fifteen different, detailed curves of relative sea level have been obtained in the Atlantic Canadian area and three composite curves derived from these data are presented here. These data exhibit highest resolution in the last 4,000 yrs, but one area provides a complete record since deglaciation and two other sites provide data from 7.0 ka to the present. A clear trend...

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