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Glacial accumulations, drainage and ice recession in the Narvik-Skjomen district, Norway.
Written in English
|Series||Meddelanden fran Uppsala universitets geografiska institutioner, ser. A, nr. 232|
|LC Classifications||G58 .U7 ser. A, nr. 232, QE697 .U7 ser. A, nr. 232|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||75322141|
Plassen, L. & Vorren, T.O.: Sedimentary processes and the environment during deglaciation of a fjord basin in Ullsfjorden, North Norway. Norwe-gian Journal of Geology, Vol. 83, pp. Trondheim , ISSN X. The paper is a study of sedimentary processes and the environment in a fjord basin in Ullsfjorden, northern Norway. The area of the glacier complexes varies between and km 2, the valley glaciers between and , the cirque glaciers between and , and the ice caps finally between and km 2. Contents; The glaciers of .
The last glaciation of Shetland, North Atlantic. Geogr. Ann., 90 A (1): 37– ABSTRACT. Evidence relating to the extent, dynam-ics, and relative chronology of the last glaciation of the Shetland Islands, North Atlantic, is presented here, in an attempt to better illuminate some of the controversies that still surround the glacial history. A single place might have multiple layers of glacial drift separated by more normal sediments. They realised that term ‘Ice Age’ is a simplification; this was phenomena that pulsed. Outside of the Polar regions, the ice caps came and went many times, dancing in time with the stately precession of the earth’s axis.
Hiking the glaciers and mountains of Norway with Stacy. 1 The current model for the glaciation of NE Scotland. Early stage of the Main Late Devensian glaciation (c. 28 to c ka BP); Partial glacial retreat during a mid-Late Devensian interstadial (c ka BP); Later stages of the Main Late Devensian glaciation (18 ka ka BP); 2 Some conclusions from years of research into the glaciation of NE Scotland.
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Tidsskr. 22, – Late-glacial accumulations in the Narvik-Skjomen and Tysfjord districts are described and discussed, in order to illustrate the course of deglaciation after the Tromsö Author: Jan Lundqvist.
Glacial erosion forms of medium size – a discussion based on four Swedish case studies. Glacial accumulations, drainage and ice recession in the Narvik-Skjomen district, Norway.
Medd. Upsala Univ. Geogr. Inst., Ser. A, Nr. (pp. Google Scholar Pusch R. () Site Selection. In: Geological Storage of Highly Radioactive. OBSERVATIONS ON THE DRAINAGE OF A GLACIER-DAMMED LAKE IN NORWAY By N. AITKENHEAD (University of Durham Exploration Society, King's College, Newcastle upon Tyne) ABSTRACT.
The behaviour of a Norwegian glacier-dammed lake, before, during and after drainage in is described. Dahl, R. Late-Glacial Accumulations, Drainage and Ice Recession in the Narvik-Skjomen District, Norway.
Norsk geogr. Tidsskr. 22, – Late-glacial accumulations in the Narvik-Skjomen. Frozen in time: Glacial archaeology on the roof of Norway issues facing people today and year on year the melting of glacial ice patches in Scandinavia, the.
rate “glacier units,” each unit draining into one river. The total number of such glacier units amounts to 2, whereas the number of “glaciers,” continuous masses of ice regarded as one glacier body, amounts to 1, The largest ice cap in Norway.
Ice sheets, and especially the build-up of ice sheets, will have a much slower response, and it will take hundreds and probably even thousands of years to build up a large ice sheet covering Norway. Some of the most important new evidence for the ice sheet development in Norway during MIS 4 and early MIS 3 come from Denmark (Larsen et al Cited by: glacial scouring, probably took place both during the Late Weichselian glacial maximum and the Younger Dryas Chronozone (Fig.
5) (Hole ). Y ounger Dryas glaciation The investigated area is situated at the borderline of the inland ice during. (T— ); this is a maximum age for this glacial advance and a minimum age for the first ice recession at Vuku.
Herstad. A peat sample was collected in a 2 m-thickbog at the farm Herstad øvre, 40 m above the marine limit (Fig. 4C). The pollen content point to a pioneer vegetation, at least in the lowermost o—4 cm of the organic sediment.
The. Quaternary glaciations and their variations in Norway and on the Norwegian continental shelf 29 The glacial history of Norway can be compared to those of the neighbouring formerly glaciated areas in the British Isles, the Barents Sea and the Kara Sea.
As illustrated for the last glaciation from an area in the northeast (Figure 1e) theFile Size: 5MB. GLACIAL EROSION IN NORWAY AND IN HIGH LATITUDES [Spencer, J.W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
GLACIAL EROSION IN NORWAY AND IN Author: J.W. Spencer. Bryophytes have a long history in Europe, with fossils dat-ing to the Miocene, about 23 million years ago (FrahmHedenäs and BennikeLewis et al. ), resembling extant species.
This suggests that some Euro-pean species were exposed to multiple glacial cycles during the Quaternary. The extent of the northern European ice. The Lendbreen ice patch is located high in the mountains of southern Norway, in a range that runs like a spine through Scandinavia.
In the s, the area was dubbed the Jotunheim Mountains, or. Impact of fjord dynamics and glacial runoff on the circulation near Helheim Glacier Fiammetta Straneo1*, Ruth G. Curry1, David A. Sutherland2, Gordon S. Hamilton3, Claudia Cenedese1, Kjetil Våge4 and Leigh A. Stearns5 Submarine melting is an important contributor to the mass balance of tidewater glaciers in Greenland, and has been suggested.
Recent glacier advances in Norway and New Zealand: a compar-ison of their glaciological and meteorological causes. Geogr. Ann., 87 A (1): – ABSTRACT. Norway and New Zealand both experi-enced recent glacial advances, commencing in the early s and ceasing aroundwhich were more extensive than any other since the end of the.
1 Introduction. Mass loss from the Greenland ice sheet (GrIS) accelerated over the two last decades, and the GrIS is expected to be the largest cryospheric contributor to global sea level rise in the 21st century [Hanna et al., ].To predict the future contribution of the GrIS to sea level rise, we must understand the physical processes that govern ice sheet mass Cited by: Shareable Link.
Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Climatically induced ice-front accumulations, formed during a prolonged stillstand or glacier readvance, are generally larger and stratigraphically more complex than topographically induced ice-front accumulations formed during a brief stillstand (cf.
Andersen, ; Lønne,; Nemec et al., ). Once formed, ice-front accumulations. Frozen in time: Glacial archaeology on the roof of Norway Date: Janu Source: University of Cambridge Summary: Artefacts revealed by melting ice patches in the high mountains of Oppland.
a cirque, which formed when a glacier occupied the valley. now that they glacier is gone, the steep sides of the valley are subject to rockfalls, avalanches, etc.
avalanches have torn paths through the forest. A History of Norway: From the Ice Age to the Age of Petroleum [Grøndahl Dreyer, Ivar Libæk, Øivind Stenersen, Jean Aase] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A History of Norway: From the Ice Age to the Age of Petroleum5/5(1).Climate change is one of the most important issues facing people today and year on year the melting of glacial ice patches in Scandinavia, the Alps .a rock that was carried elsewhere by a glacier or iceberg and deposited when the ice melts, the rock sinks to the bottom of the body of water and becomes part of a sedimentary rock drumlin a ramp shaped deposit of sediment formed by a glacier, glacier traveled up the steep side and down the gradual side.