When Ice Age Ended the Sea Level Rose a Few Hundred Vertical Feet More Land of Low Relief Flooded Example India


Submerged ruins of two cities along the riverbed of the extinct Sarasvati river of northwest India are found ninety miles from shore in the Gulf of Cambay (named for Noah’s son Ham), while the ruins of submerged Kususthali (named for Ham’s son Kush) begin only a mile from shore in the Gulf of Kutch (named for Kush), showing that vast swaths of ice age coastal regions of low relief (elevation change) were consumed by the sea during about a century, less land consumed by the sea of ice age coastal land of high relief, completed by circa 1400 b c.