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Coseismic VS climatic effects in the record of relative sea-level changes: an example from last interglacials in SE Spain.

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Bardají Azcárate, Teresa and Cabero, A. and Lario, J. and Zazo, Caridad and Silva, P.G and Goy, J.L. and Dabrio, Cristino J. (2014) Coseismic VS climatic effects in the record of relative sea-level changes: an example from last interglacials in SE Spain. In Seismic and non-seismic influences on coastal change in Alaska. Fieldtrip Guide and Conference Abstracts: International Conference of IGCP 588 (5th. 2015. South-Central Alaska, USA. May 3–10, 2014. Department of Natural Resources Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, South-Central Alaska, USA, [124]-126.

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Abstract

Trying to decipher how palaeoseismic activity has influenced the altitudinal disposition of interglacial deposits is one of the main challenges that must be achieved in order to quantify relative sea-level changes between consecutive highstands. Likewise, identifying palaeoseismic features in an area with low instrumental seismic activity can implement the seismic record and contribute to better seismic hazard knowledge. In this sense, Cope basin (SE Spain) becomes a reference basin to undertake this kind of analysis, firstly because of excellent outcrop conditions and secondly because the sea-level record is undoubtedly conditioned here by both effects: climatically driven changes and local and regional seismotectonics.


Item Type:Book Section
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Climatology; Sismology; Interglaciar; Spain
Subjects:Sciences > Geology > Geodynamics
Sciences > Geology > Seismology
ID Code:46087
Deposited On:18 Jan 2018 10:08
Last Modified:11 Dec 2018 08:41

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