We are all aware that sea levels are rising. This has been so since the end of the Ice Age and has been accelerated by global warming, which is melting polar ice sheets and glaciers in high mountain areas.
The relative level of land and sea has changed many times in the past. Some parts of Britain for example have been submerged four or five times since the Cambrian period — that is, during the last 400 million years.
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