- From Ancient Greek εὖ (eu, "well, good") + Ancient Greek στάσις (stasis, "standing") (Wiktionary)
- From eustatic, of eustasy, from German eustatisch : eu- + stat(o)- + -isch, adj. suff. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The dominant ones were tree rings, and ice cores, but others like varves, pollen, lichens, historic soil temperatures, sea level (eustasy), land levels (isostasy) require similar audits.”
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