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Past work proposing the cyclic model of fluctuating water levels in the Erie basin also includes a major lake-level fall referred to as the "Ypsilanti lowstand." The lowstand requires recession of the glacier from the Lake Erie Basin for lake levels to drop at least 100 m below the Maumee and Arkona shorelines (Fig.
All sequences permit identifying montiforms with bidirectional downlaps that represent the lowstand fan unit deposited on the basin's deeper area.
Leang Burung 2 has a good sequence of radiocarbon dates between 31,000 and 20,000 yrs BP (Glover 1981:16) which suggests that abandonment of the site did not occur until 11,000 years after sea level reached its lowstand. Throughout this period the site would have been located over 100 km inland--well out of reach for a hunter-forager group tied to the littoral environment, except perhaps on a seasonal basis.
Hove, (1992) offers a possible explanation for these anomalies, according to him, the Ea sequence (or generally, Offshore wells) show an upward change from sand dominated lowstand deposits intercalated with transgressive and highstand shales towards thicker and more sand prune highstand and transgressive deposits interrupted by thinner lowstand deposits (reflecting overall progradation across the depobelt),.
Belgian Hfr 116.5 (East Newham) Lim Hfr 114.5 (Paxton Dene) 111.5 (East Newham) 109.5 (East Newham) 107.5 (Paxton Dene) Lim Steers 110.5 (Bingfield) 110.5 (Lowstand) 107.5 (South Barlow) 106.5 (West Throphill) 106.5 (South Harlow) Lim Bulls 116.5 x 2 (Blackhalls) 109.5 (Broomhouse) and to pounds 891 (Blackhalls) (810, pounds 804 (Hillhead).
The "Barbados dipstick" model, based on mid-oceanic island sea-level measurements, shows a rapid rise in sea level until about 7000 b.p., from a last glacial maximum (Wurm) lowstand of 130 m, followed by a rapid deceleration until about 5000 b.p., and then a continually slower sea-level rise to present times.
In their model the sequence boundaries are placed between the peak of the High Stand System Tract (HST) and the FSST, consistent with the nomenclature of Haq et al., rather than that of Hunt and Tucker, who established the FSST nomenclature and placed the sequence boundary between the FFST and Lowstand System Tract.
Thus, it seems unlikely that these terraces formed prior to the last glacial sea-level lowstand. We hypothesize that the terraces developed during a slightly higher than present sea-level stand during the early Holocene.
1995 `The postglacial relative sea-level lowstand in Newfoundland' Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 32, 1308-1330
The lowstand system tract is represented by the succession from the reef facies to crinoid--foraminiferal packstones of the inner platform foreslope.
Unit I (71-61 cm) was deposited during the 1870s-1880s lowstand when Lake Naivasha and Lake Oloidien stood lower than at any time during the 20th century (Fig.