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Emergent coastline are the opposite of submergent coastlines, which have experienced a relative rise in sea levels.
The emergent coastline may have several specific landforms:
Hudson Bay, in Canada's north, is an example of an emergent coastline. It is still emerging by as much as 1 cm per year. Another example of emergent coastline is the Eastern Coastal Plains of the Indian Subcontinent.
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