Deglacial history and relative sea-level changes, northern New England and adjacent Canada

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Subjects:

  • Glacial epoch -- New England,
  • Glacial epoch -- Maritime Provinces,
  • Sea level -- New England,
  • Sea level -- Maritime Provinces

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Statementedited by Thomas K. Weddle and Michael J. Retelle.
SeriesSpecial paper / Geological Society of America -- 351, Special papers (Geological Society of America) -- 351.
ContributionsWeddle, Thomas K., Retelle, Michael J., 1953-, Geological Society of America., Geological Society of America. Northeastern Section. Meeting
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LC ClassificationsQE697 .D44 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 292 p. :
Number of Pages292
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Open LibraryOL15502901M
ISBN 100813723515
LC Control Number00061712
OCLC/WorldCa44720444

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Thomas K. Weddle's 9 research works with citations and 1, reads, including: An updated radiocarbon-based ice margin chronology for the last deglaciation. There are a wide variety of glaciated coasts, usually with both erosional and depositional features.

Coasts may be actively glaciated systems, such as Antarctica, southeastern Alaska, and Greenland, or formerly glaciated regions such as Scandinavia, Scotland, northeastern Canada and New England, the Pacific Northwest, and southern Chile. The Goldthwait Sea was a sea that emerged during the last deglaciation, starting aro years ago, covering what is now the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and surrounding areas.

At that time, the land had been depressed under the weight of the Laurentide Ice Sheet, which was up to 2 kilometres ( mi) on the Anticosti Island and low-lying regions of Quebec and the Maritimes.

Deglaciation and relative sea-level chronology, Casco Bay Lowland and lower Androscoggin River valley, Maine. Weddle, T.K, Retelle, M.J, Deglacial History and Relative Sea-Level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada. vol. Geological Society of America Special Paper, Boulder, CO., –   Figure 5 shows this "highstand" of relative sea level, which occurred when global sea level was actually lower than today (because so much water was still tied up in glaciers).

Figure 5. Plot of relative sea level in coastal Maine vs. time, showing the rapid drop in sea level in late-glacial time. Glaciation and relative sea-level change in Maritime Canada. In Weddle, T. K., and Retelle, M. (eds.), Deglacial History and Relative Sea-Level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada, Geological Society of America, Special Paperpp.

35– Schnitker D, Belknap DF, Bacchus TS, et al. () Deglaciation of the Gulf of Maine, Deglacial history and relative sea-level changes, northern New England and adjacent Canada, Thomas K.

Weddle, Michael J. Retelle, 9– In: Weddle, T.K. and Retelle, M.J. (eds) Deglacial History and Relative Sea Level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada. Geological Society of America Special Publication,– Geological Society of America Special Publication,– The New England Varve Chronology Today Since the time of Antevs (, ) there have been several additions and small revisions to the New England Varve Chronology (NEVC).

An important part of updates has been the matching of new varve sections to Antevs’ original NEVC, which adds to the documented reproducibility of the varve sequences. The North American Varve Chronology (NAVC) is a correction and consolidation of the old New England Varve chronology (NEVC) into a single varve sequence.

The NAVC has a new numbering system (AM varve years) to accomplish these changes. The Deglaciation of Eastern Maine. in Retelle, M. and Weddle, T., eds., Deglacial History and Relative Sea-Level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada: Geological Society of America Special Paper One of the most particular morphological features of the Québec North Shore (North Shore of the Estuary and Gulf of the St.

Lawrence, eastern Canada) is the occurrence of deltaic complexes that form. J.C. DionneRelative sea-level changes in the St. Lawrence estuary from deglaciation to present day T.K.

Weddle, M.J. Retelle (Eds.), Deglacial History and Relative Sea-level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada, Geological Society of America, Special Paper (), pp. An atmospheric 14 C chronology for late Wisconsinan deglaciation and sea-level change in eastern New England using varve and paleomagnetic records: In Weddle, T.K.

and Retelle, M.J., eds., Deglacial History and Relative Sea-Level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Special Paper. Request PDF | Glaciation and relative sea-level change in Maritime Canada | Relative sea levels in Maritime Canada have fluctuated between 70 m above and m below present since the last.

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Late Wisconsinan ice advances, ice extent, and glacial regimes interpreted from seismic data, sediment physical properties, and foraminifera: Halibut Channel, Grand Banks of Newfoundland. In: T.K. Weddle, M.J.

Retelle (Eds.), Deglacial History and Relative Sea-Level Changes, Northern New England and Adjacent Canada. Summary: This timely volume presents a collection of papers which address the important subject of climate and sea-level change. The contributions, from an international team of experts, present the latest important ideas and findings.

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Using the alignment of the remanent declination records from New England and New York a plot of remanent inclination values is shown below for the comparison of inclination records in both regions. Weddle and Retelle (); Ridge (), Dorion et al.

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It is also consistent with the radiocarbon dating of the New England varve chronology (Ridge et al.,Ridge et al., ). A new chronology of ice retreat is thus proposed for southern Québec. We accept the age of 11, 14 C yr B.P. for the Littleton-Bethlehem Moraine in New Hampshire (Ridge et al., ).

Mortlock, R. A., Abdul, N. A., Wright, J. D., and Fairbanks, R. G.,Reply to comment by E. Bard et al. on “Younger Dryas sea level and meltwater. Summary: A NATO Advanced Study Institute, "Late Quaternary Sea-level Correlation and Applications", was held together with the Final Meeting of IGCP Project in Halifax, Canada, July This Volume is a collection of the NATO Keynote Papers presented at this meeting.

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