glacioeustasy

glacioeustasy

[¦glās·ē·ō′yü·stə·sē]
(geology)
Changes in sea level due to storage or release of water from glacier ice.
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Although the formation was deposited during a phase of high-amplitude glacioeustasy and contains "brackish" limestones comparable to those described in younger units (Tibert and Dewey 2006; Rygel et al.
Were transgressive black shales a negative feedback modulating glacioeustasy in the Early Palaeozoic Icehouse?
Glacioeustasy in Carboniferous basins has commonly generated stacked Exxon-type sequences with prominent sequence boundaries, valley fills, maximum flooding surfaces and systems tracts (Hampson et al.