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How do you calculate sea floor sinking?

How do you calculate or write the equation for sea floor sinking?
Question asked by: MNutes

Asked on: 06 Sep 2009

Presumably you simply measure where the seafloor is one year then repeat the calculation a few years later and the difference between the two will be how much the sea floor has sunk between that time period.
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