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    Sea Level Risen Rapidly at End of Ice Age Seen in Geomorphic and Sedimentary Features

    The uniformitarians are now saying the sea level rose for five thousand years or more when the Ice Age was ending, risen several hundred feet in most places (dependent on the amount of isostatic readjustment) through those five thousand years, but if it took that long, there should be evidence of estuaries and marshes of decades during that almost imperceptible sea level rise, which in reality rose about three feet per year for about a century, the nearshore sedimentation bearing this out.

     

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