Tasmanian Beach Ridge Systems in Relation to Sea Level Change

Abstract

Both sand and pebble beach systems in Tasmania show an overall decrease in height seaward which may be correlated with a fall of sea-level occurring while they were being formed. This fall from the postglacial Milford shoreline was of the order of 2 or 3 ft. in south-eastern Tasmania, but about 5 or 6 ft. elsewhere.

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@inproceedings{Davies2012TasmanianBR, title={Tasmanian Beach Ridge Systems in Relation to Sea Level Change}, author={Jess Davies}, year={2012} }