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Storminess-related rhythmic ridge patterns on the coasts of Estonia
Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology = Teaduste Akadeemia toimetised
Buried or elevated coastal ridges may serve as archives of past variations in sea level and climate conditions. Sometimes such ridges or coastal scarps appear in patterns, particularly on uplifting coasts with adequate sediment supply. Along the seacoasts of Estonia, where relative-to-geoid postglacial uplift can vary between 1.7 and 3.4 mm/yr, at least 27 areas with rhythmic geomorphic patterns have been identified from LiDAR images and elevation data. Such patterns were mainly found on fasterdoi:10.3176/earth.2017.16 fatcat:oqfoiduqbrfhvjks6pvskbsala