Reconstructing rates and magnitudes of Holocene sea-level change from Southeast Asia
The understanding of Holocene relative sea-level (RSL) change in Southeast Asia is fragmentary. We will use geological proxies to reconstruct RSL at ±<0.2m vertical and decadal-to-centennial temporal resolution in Indonesia and Malaysia. We will place the new and existing reconstructions in a Bayesian statistical framework and compare with models of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment. We will (1) constrain Global Mean Sea Level; (2) attribute spatial and temporal variability of Holocene RSL to atmosphere-ocean dynamics and/or ice mass balance, and (3) compare the rate of RSL rise since ~1850 CE to other centennial trends during the Holocene.
- Earth Observatory of Singapore
Robert Kopp, Institute of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Rutgers University
Sarah Bradley, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology
David Hill, Civil and Construction Engineering, Oregon State University