Consequences of Sea-Level Change During the Holocene in the Pacific Basin: Introduction

Patrick B. Nunn


Among the sessions at the XVIII Pacific Science Congress, held June 5- 12 1995 in Beijing, China, was one on Geography convened by Harley Manner (University of Guam) and Zhang Piyuan (Chinese Academy of Sciences ) and sponsored by the Pacific Science Committee on Geography. A sub-session was devoted to looking at the consequences - human and physical-of Holocene sea-level changes in the Pacific Basin, defined as both the islands and the continental periphery.


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