Radiocarbon Measurements and the Holocene and Late Würm Sealevel Rise

The rapid rise of sealevel in the Holocene and Late Würm is in essence of glacio-eustatic nature. The tectonic movements were the most important disturbing factor, and the influence of all other factors is not known. The 147 radiocarbon samples from all over the world were selected and the curve repressenting the Holocene sealevel rise was calculated by the least-squares method. At the beginning of the Holocene, i. e. 10,000 years ago, the sealevel was...