An attempt is made to compute the sea level variations in the Gulf of Bothnia, which is isolated by islands and thresholds from the Baltic Sea proper.

Observations from tide gauges during the 30-year period 1931–1960 were used.

The effect of land uplift was taken into consideration.

The maximum annual deviation in water volume from the long-term mean corresponded to 20.74 km3..

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