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The Baltic sea-level oscillations in the Atlantic and Subboreal periods are known from sedimentary records on slightly uplifting coasts in Denmark and southern Sweden (e.g., Berglund, 1971; Digerfeldt, 1975). The periodicity of those oscillations is in close correlation with recent data on climatic cycles with a periodicity of 1500, 1000, and 550 yr (e.g., Stuiver et al., 1995; Chapman and Shackleton, 2000). The effects of regional eustatic oscillations in the coastal area of the Southern Baltic are poorly known because of the slightly subsiding coast and the magnitude of barographic and storm surges, which are larger...

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