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“Elevation and Subsidence”

Abstract

THE view that the glacial subsidence was due to the pressure of the accumulating land ice, has been accompanied with the corollary that subsequent elevation was due to the removal of this pressure by the melting of the ice; but though I think the first is true, the corollary is not so, in England at least.

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