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Author Topic:   Mechanisms of sea transgression and regression
Juvenissun
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Message 16 of 16 (879950)
07-26-2020 10:51 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Adminnemooseus
04-24-2017 9:04 PM


Sealevel change: going up or down: Factors 1 and 2
Oceanic crust change: going up or down: Factors 3 and 4
Continental crust change: going up or down: Factors 5 and 6.

Any one or combination among factor 1 to factor 6 will cause transgression of regression. If this is not enough for you, then consider reasons that caused them to move up and down. For example, mid-oceanic ridge activity; speed and style of subduction; glaciation; continental rift; etc. etc.


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