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Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2018

Speleothem record of interglacial sea level

A sea-level record from Mallorca shows no evidence of large, millennial-scale oscillations during the last interglacial. The image shows speleothems that have grown on submerged stalactites, as well as submerged stalagmites.

See Polyak et al.

Image: Miquel À. Perelló. Cover Design: David Shand.

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