Sea‐level curve for the last 24,000 years.

Figure 4.33: <span style="font-size: 12px;">Sea level curve for the last 24,000 years. These data are a compiled dataset from a number of different regions and from a number of different proxies. As shown, sea levels were at their lowest point between 22 and 18,000 years ago, and rose steadily and sharply from about 15,000 years ago to around 8,000 years ago when they approached a more modern sea level position.</span>
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