In the North West Atlantic Ocean, the Bermuda island (32°17’N, 64°45’W) hosts few well decorated costal caves, today partly submerged by seawater. Given its latitude far from ice-sheets, the moderate tidal range and tectonics observed in the Bermudas Archipelago, the place provides a perfect opportunity to study past sea level changes.


This study is mainly funded by the IGlass NERC Consortium, in collaboration with Mark Rowe.


G. Henderson, K.Wainer and A. Thomas (University of Edinburgh).