Geoviden - Geologi og Geografi Nr. 4 (pdf) Indsigt for fremtiden (Danish).
Earth's long-term sea-level history is characterized by widespread continental flooding in the Cretaceous period. However, published estimates of the Late Cretaceous sea-level high differ by half an order of magnitude, from ca. 40 to ca. 250 meters above the present level: Long-Term Sea-Level Fluctuations Driven by Ocean Basin Dynamics af R. Dietmar Müller, Maria Sdrolias, Carmen Gaina, Bernhard Steinberger og Christian Heine.
See henningsoder.com with good photos of fossils and Møns Klint.
Siberian Discovery Suggests Almost All Dinosaurs Were Feathered National Geographic.
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