Reconstructing past ice sheets and paleotopography using observations of past sea level and glacial geology

Evan James Gowan
During the Quaternary, large ice sheets repeatedly formed and retreated over continental North America and northern Europe, which in turn caused fluctuations in global sea level by up to 120 m. This caused substantial changes to the Earth's surface, changing the distribution of land, continental ice sheets, and ocean. I demonstrate a technique we use to reconstruct ice sheets and paleotopography, and its application for the past 800000 years. I show that with the use...
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