What is Eustatic change W.r.t Sea level?

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"Eustatic sea level changes are due to the glacial-interglacial cycle, with water being tied up in continental ice caps during glacial periods, thereby lowering the sea level, and when the ice caps melt, the water flows into the sea and raises the sea level. These two factors are linked in that ice can load the crust causing it to sink, and then when the ice is removed the crust will rebound. This will affect the sea level, which will drop relative to the land when the earth rebounds upward. The eustatic sea level changes directly affect the volume of water in the oceans, and during interglacials the sea level will rise relative to the land."
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Suggest sea degree (MSL) is often a way of measuring the standard top with the ocean's surface (such as center(a) level involving the suggest high water as well as the bastardly low tide); secondhand being a normal with counting property height. MSL furthermore performs a huge role with flight handling, in which standard sea degree pressure is used as the way of measuring data point regarding height in trip levels.
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