Influence of the "Hypsithermal Age" and "Neoglaciation" climatic conditions on the Brazilian coast.

KENITIRO SUGUIO

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Meanwhile the highest relative sea-level is the present one in southeastern United States (Gulf of Mexico) or in Netherlands coast, most of the Brazilian coast exhibited Holocene sea-levels higher than the present in the past. The Brazilian curves, representing the relative sea-level changes during last 7.000 years, are outlined using sedimentological, biological and prehistorical past sea-level records. This paper shows that these relative sea-level records, during the Holocene, can be suitably used to demonstrate the influence of the worldwide known paleoclimatic events, like the “Hypsithermal Age” and “Neoglaciation” on the Brazilian coast.



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''Hypsithermal Age"; "Neoglaciation"; Holoce paleoclimate.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/1807-9806.20296

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