Eustasy meaning

yo͝ostə-sē
A uniform worldwide change in sea level.
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A uniform worldwide change in sea level caused especially by fluctuations in the amount of water taken up by continental and polar icecaps, or by a change in the capacity of ocean basins.
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A uniform, worldwide change in the water level of the oceans.
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A worldwide change in sea level, especially one caused by melting ice.
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Origin of eustasy

  • From eustatic of eustasy from German eustatisch eu– stat(o)– -isch adj. suff.

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Ancient Greek εὖ (eu, “well, good”) + Ancient Greek στάσις (stasis, “standing”)

    From Wiktionary