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Jakobsen, O., Meurers-Balke, J., Hoffmann-Wieck, G., Thiede, J.. Postglazialer Meeresspiegelanstieg in der südwestlichen Ostsee - Geoarchäologische Ergebnisse aus der Niederung des Oldenburger Grabens (Ostholstein). In: Schernewski, G., Dolch, T. (eds.). Geographie der Meere und Küsten. Coastline Reports (1), pp. 9-21. 2004.

Zusammenfassung:

The lowland of the Oldenburger Graben was investigated in an interdisciplinary cooperation between Geologists, Archaeologists and Palaeobotanists. The postglacial sea level rise was reconstructed by combining and evaluating different methods and results. A new preliminary shoreline displacement curve for the south-western Baltic was created on the basis of reliable sea level data from adjacent regions. The shoreline displacement curve for the Oldenburger Graben mainly covering the time interval from 5100 to 3000 BC cal suggests an oscillating sea level rise. Two periods of intensive sea level rise can be distinguished from two periods of modest rise. The duration between two periods of intensive rise mounts up to 900 years. These oscillations correspond with climatic variations in the North Atlantic. The new preliminary shoreline displacement curve for the south-western Baltic reveals at least eleven oscillations during the last 9000 years.

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