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Is recent sea level rise accelerating? Testing the theory in Scotland

By Phillip Teasdale, Callum Firth, Andrew Cundy, P.E.F. Collins and I.W. Croudace
Topics: F840 Physical Geography, F600 Geology
Year: 2007
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