Sediments of the Southern Baltic Sea, their deposition and lithostratigraphy

Ryszard Kotliński


Evolution of the Baltic Sea in the Late Glacial and the Holocene was first the effect of principal changes of climatic conditions, that determined a deglaciation. The latter caused land uplift and variations of sea water level. They influenced the duration of existing connections of the Baltic and tile world oceans and thus, the changes of sedimentary enviroment.

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