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"Post-glacial rebound" is the term used to describe the phenomenon of land that rises in elevation (or rebounds) after millennia of being weighted down by glaciers. Parts of Canada and Greenland, for example, continue to gain in elevation due to post-glacial rebound. This article is about post-glacial rebound in Sweden and Finland, where it is causing problems with river flow, property rights, and shipping. www.cntraveler.com/story/on-the-baltic-coast-of-sweden-and-finland-sea-levels-are-falling
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