Eustasy


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Eustasy YOO-stə-seePart of speech: nounOrigin: Greek, 1940s
1A change of sea level throughout the world, caused typically by movements of parts of the Earth’s crust or melting of glaciers.
 
Examples of Eustasy in a sentence “Today, we’re learning about eustasy in our marine science class.” “Oceanographers like Jacques Cousteau likely researched eustasy during their careers.”