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Sea Level Change

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Molly Page

on 7 May 2015

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Transcript of Sea Level Change

Eustatic, Isostatic, Submergent and Emergent
Sea Level Change
The sea levels are constantly changing. On a day to day basis, sea level change occurs due to fluctuating tides; however sea level changes also occur on much larger scales. These large scale changes occur due to Eustatic and Isostatic change. These processes will have an affect on both a global or local scale.
Eustatic sea level change is sea level change on a global scale. It is affected by a change in the sea levels due to the amount of water in the oceans - Fat kid on a trampoline.
Eustatic Sea Level Change
Geography - Coasts
Coastal Environments

Eustatic sea level change
Isostatic sea level change
Submergent features
Emergent features
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