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IE2.4/NH5.7/CL4.18/GD11.7/OS2.14 Media

Sea-Level Changes from Minutes to Millennia (co-organized)
Convener: Simon Engelhart 
Co-Conveners: Benjamin Horton , Andrew Kemp , Nicole Khan 
Session details
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room N2
 / Attendance Fri, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1
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Friday, 13 Apr 2018
Room N2
Chairperson: Nicole Khan
Postglacial relative sea-level histories along the Northeastern Canadian coastline
Matteo Vacchi, Simon Engelhart, Daria Nikitina, Erica Ashe, Bob Kopp, W. Richard Peltier, Keven Roy, and Benjamin Horton
A Relative Sea-Level Record from the Mississippi Delta, 7.7-10.7 ka
Elena Steponaitis, Lael Vetter, Torbjörn E. Törnqvist, Brad E. Rosenheim, and Glenn A. Milne
Relative sea level proxy records from fossil coral microatolls in Western Borneo, South China Sea: Sea-level stability around 7 ka and possible Holocene faulting
Jedrzej Majewski, Adam Switzer, Aron Meltzner, Peter Parham, Benjamin Horton, Sarah Bradley, Jeremy Pile, Hong-Wei Chiang, Xianfeng Wang, Chiew Tyiin Ng, Jani Tanzil, Mortiz Muller, and Aazani Mujahid
Coastal Subsidence: Harbinger of Future Flooding? Insights from Geodesy and Geology
Makan A. Karegar, Timothy H. Dixon, Simon E. Engelhart, Jason Pope, and Jürgen Kusche
16:30–16:45 EGU2018-391
Analysis on the extreme sea levels changes along the coastline of Bohai Sea, China (withdrawn after no-show)
Jianlong Feng, Delei Li, and Hui Wang
Sea level and extreme waves in the Last Interglacial: open questions and research directions
Alessio Rovere, Jacqueline Austermann, Paolo Stocchi, Thomas Lorscheid, and Maureen Raymo