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- Aazani Mujahid, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Holocene v.28 no.9 pp. 1431-1442
- coasts; corals; deformation; models; sea level; tectonics; thorium; uranium; Borneo; South China Sea; Thailand
- ... The spatial variability of Holocene relative sea level (RSL) in the South China Sea is unknown, with data restricted to Thailand, the Malay Peninsula, and a few other isolated sites. In this study, we present new continuous RSL records for Borneo using surveyed and U–Th dated coral microatolls from four sites in western Sarawak. The record spans 450 years of RSL from 7450 to 7000 yr BP. Our data s ...