Differential Holocene sea level changes over the globe; evidence for glacial eustasy, geoidal eustasy, and crustal movements
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The old theory of eustasy implied that the eustatic ocean level was displaced up and down simultaneously and equally over the globe. Due to the geoid deformation, however, two eustatic levels are never quite parallel. The present paper deals with the complexity of variables and the Holocene global observational records.