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A series of three Holocene peat horizons, one of which is a closely spaced couplet, are found at several locations along the margins of Humboldt Bay, northwestern California. These peats are found at the Mad River slough on the north edge of the northern compartment of the bay. These peats have radiocarbon dates of approximately 1700 ybp (years before 1950), 1300 and 1100 ybp (for each surface of the couplet of peat horizons), and 800 ybp (corrected radiocarbon dates). The modern and stratigraphic distributions of salt marsh foraminiferids are being studied to determine changes in relative sea level caused...

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