Holocene submergence of the Eastern Shore of Virginia

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Radiocarbon ages of basal peats 4500 years old or younger and the thickness of salt-marsh peat in the lagoon east of Wachapreague, Virginia, are nearly the same as those of equivalent samples from New Jersey and Cape Cod. This suggests that these coasts have had similar submergence histories. Data obtained from the coasts of Connecticut and northeastern Massachusetts indicate that the Atlantic coast of the United States has been differentially warped during the later Holocene.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Holocene submergence of the Eastern Shore of Virginia
Series title Science
Volume 148
Issue 3676
Year Published 1965
Language English
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Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Science
First page 1464
Last page 1466
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