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Maine, United States of America (45.70910 -68.85902)
Geologists describe this type of landscape as a "drowned coast", where a rising sea level has invaded former land features, creating bays out of valleys and islands out of mountain tops. A rise in the elevation of the land due to the melting of heavy glacier ice caused a slight rebounding effect of underlying rock; this land rise, however, was not enough to eliminate all the effect of the rising sea level and its invasion of former land features.
Carrabassett Valley, Franklin County, Maine, 04947, United States of America (45.08055 -70.27345)
Coordinates: 45.00939 -70.40578 45.12843 -70.13378 - Minimum elevation: 168 m - Maximum elevation: 1,281 m - Average elevation: 520 m