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Sea levels erratic during latest ice age

Cave research finds new evidence of surprising rise 81,000 years ago

5:02pm, February 11, 2010

Cave formations along the coast of an island in the Mediterranean Sea hold evidence that sea level can rise and fall abruptly during an ice age, a finding that casts some doubt on current notions about how those lengthy cold spells develop and progress.

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