Topic: Sea level change in the Middle Ages and the Little Ice Age.

De stand van de zeespiegel in de Middeleeuwen en de Kleine IJstijd F.J.P.M. Kwaad, physical geographer Home Contact In this website, references are given to papers on sea level change in the Middle Ages (500-1500 AD) and the Little Ice Age (LIA; approximately 1450-1850 AD) that can be viewed online. First, some preliminary remarks are given:

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