GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, doi:10.1029/2012GL051983
Holocene sea-level change and Antarctic melting history derived from geological observations and geophysical modeling along the Shimokita Peninsula, northern Japan.
- Sea-level observations and glacio-hydro-isostatic modeling were coupled
- Last deglaciation of Antarctica was ceased largely by 3-4 ka
- Recent accerelation of Antarctic melting is likely due to anthoropogenic origin