Relative sea-level rise across the Eastern Border fault (Branford, Connecticut)

O. van de Plassche, K. van de Borg, A.J.M. de Jong

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    Basal peat age-depth data from four salt-marsh sites located 500-1500 m south of the Eastern Border fault (EBF) near Branford, Connecticut, document an error envelope for the lower limit of relative mean high water (MHW) rise during the past 3300 yr. The long-term rate of relative lower-limit-MHW rise during the past 3000 yr (1.1 mm yr
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)61-68
    JournalMarine Geology
    Publication statusPublished - 2002


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