Sea level charts

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Sea level charts that can be used for population migration study.

For tens of thousands of years, the sea level has risen 1 m per 100 years. There was no time to have a stable human civilization.

Post-Glacial Sea Level.GIF  Post  Glacial Sea level from Wikipedia
Holocene Sea Level.GIF Holocene sea level. Notice that around 7000(BC 5000) years ago, the level became stable.
SeaLevelChanges 1.jpg

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