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OK, I Understand. The wave-washed deposits may Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 be up to five or six meters in thickness. Shorelines, ridges and bars are often present.

Their grain size varies tremendously, from fine sand to boulders, due to differences in exposure to the waves. The fines are normally removed, while the residue is washed back and forth, and will eventually become very well rounded. Due to variation in the wave activity during the seasons, a bimodal grain size distribution coarse gravel and fine sand only is occasionally present.

The shore deposits have a high content of carbonate shell remains that are washed in from higher elevations, and at many localities the thickness of these deposits may exceed 10 m, e.

Along the coast there are many observations of peat zones beneath the shore deposits. These are remnants of bogs that were submerged and buried during the Tapes transgression e. Wave-washing of glaciomarine clays containing quantities of coarse sediments will leave the stones and boulders free, on top of the remaining clay, a phenomenon occasionally observed along the coast, e.

Eolian deposits. Eolian deposits are composed of fine sand, predominantly in the size range 0. Even finer particles may occasionally be airborne. The deposit may act as a blanket on top of other deposits, or as dunes oriented transversely to the prevailing wind direction. Active barchans are almost non-existent in Norway Klemsdal Eolian deposits are often 73 associated with large glaciofluvial deposits in inland areas where fossil dunes may be present, e.

Active dunes are found at a few inland localities, e. On the coast eolian deposits are often situated in the vicinity of shore deposits with a high sand-content. Both active and fossil dunes are situated along the coastline, and most of them are small, e. Relatively large fields of this kind are known from the Varanger Peninsula in Finnmark Olsen et al. Weathered material. Most often both kinds of weathering act together in Norway, which makes their differentiation sometimes problematic.

A simplified classification is presented here, bearing in mind that this is not correct in all cases. The criteria used are based on the grain size of the residue; fine-grained residue mostly sand is a result of chemical weathering; coarse material stones and boulders is produced by mechanical weathering.

The products of chemical weathering in Norway are rich in sand and there is sometimes, Alans Psychedelic Breakfast - Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother areas with deep-weathering profiles see belowa gradual transition from the bedrock to loose material.

The rock material is locally derived, but chemical alteration has produced new minerals. Sometimes a few cm of the surface of the bedrock is weathered and eroded, but most often only Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 few mm is removed.

Rock surfaces are often accessible to water, and frost action in pores accelerates the weathering process, and the original ice-polished rock surface will become rugged. Near the sea, salt will act as a chemical agent accelerating the weathering. The weathering products are eroded and concentrated En Älskelig Vän - Sofia Sandén - Courage, e. Chemical weathering as far north as in Norway is normally a very slow process.

However, certain minerals such as, e. Solution has taken place along grain boundaries between Ca-plagioclase grains and the rock has completely lost its cohesion. Nevertheless, as can be seen in sections, the rock structure is still intact Brattli Similar kinds of weathering are observed at other localities, e.

Heavy weathered areas with deep weathering profiles are situated, e. Mechanical weathering in Norway is mainly due to the freezing of water in pores and cracks in the bedrock. Due to the c. This Via Di Qua - Mina - Si, Buana - Vol. 2 is Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 easily recognizable in the mountains where extensive block-fields are located, but this type of mechanical weathering is active wherever freezing happens.

Rapid mass-movement deposits. Rapid mass-movement deposits include material from rock-falls, landslides, earth-flows, debris-flows, mud-flows and snow avalanches.

Falling rocks that are loosened from the Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 by mechanical weathering produce talus. Giant rock-falls or landslides as a single event also produce talus. At the surface, the talus consists of angular boulders and has an open structure. Beneath this top layer the structure is closed by infill of fallen rock fragments.

Talus is mostly located at the foot of steep valley sides as fans and aprons, and is very common in all mountainous parts of Norway Fig. The material is angular and unsorted and is normally concentrated at the bottom of steep hills or valley sides as fans or aprons. Unusually large fans may be located in front of narrow gorges in the valley sides. Peat and bog. Peat and bog organic material is used to describe all kinds of natural accumulations of plant remnants where the production of new material is faster than the decomposition of the old.

The different kinds of bogs are not differentiated. Bogs are Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 common in most of Norway Moen Exposed bedrock. Areas mapped as exposed bedrock may look quite different in nature due to the great weathering difference of the rocks.

Rocks with very little content of nutritient minerals such as, e. On the other hand, some calcareous rocks and shales rich in mica Infinite Abysses (Crowd Panic Mix) - Various - One Year be vegetated, even though the weathering products are sparse. All accessible geological information from the area is reviewed as preparation.

A thorough aerial photo interpretation is commonly performed, and a preliminary map is produced. The aerial photo interpretation is normally based on panchromatic vertical images at scales of c. These images are standard products from the Norwegian aerial photography companies, which normally produce images for base-map construction. Colour photographs, IR-images, orthophotos and orthophoto maps were tested several years ago, but the results then were not convincing. Because of limitations inherent in the photographs and in their interpretation e.

If an overview map is to be produced, the preliminary map is used to decide where detailed fieldwork has to be done, thereby reducing the costs. Beforeall map production at NGU was manual. For practical reasons it was decided not to reproduce areas smaller than c. An area of 1 mm2 on a map at a scale ofcorresponds to an area of 2, m2 in the field.

Comparable figures on other scales are presented in Table 2. The geologist uses a 0. The second row in Table 2. Table 2. Scale A 1mm2 square on the map Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 0. The errors could be up to many hundred metres during small-scale mapping in areas with low relief.

All thematic mapping before the days of unscrambled GPS signals, was dependent on base maps to localise the information geographically. In Norway, the base maps are produced by the Norwegian mapping authority Statens kartverkand the printed versions are at scales ofandStep Rap (Das Macht High, Das Macht Frei) - Sam Boss - Step Rap (Das Macht High, Das Macht Frei) contour intervals of 20 m and m, respectively.

Maps at Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3andare compiled by photographic reduction of four or sixteenmaps, respectively. The maps atgive a good combination of a detailed base map and a regional overview.

All Do Me Right - Main Ingredient* - Do Me Right base maps have been used in the production of Quaternary geological maps Fig. Digital base maps have been available for more than ten years, and in present-day mapping, the scale can easily be changed digitally and one can also produce derived maps for specific purposes.

However, one problem the user has to face, is that the original data is always qualitatively associated with a particular maximum map-scale.

Computer scaling and production of adjusted maps at larger scales therefore implies a reduction in the quality of the data, relative to the scale and assumed purpose of the maps. Maps atare only used when small areas are to be mapped, mainly as documentation and limitation of exploitable resources and as a planning tool for construction work.

The mapping is costly due to the need for much fieldwork, geophysics, drilling, excavations and analyses in order to achieve the necessary information on the sedimentology and stratigraphy, ground water level and bedrock morphology of the area. Very few maps sheets have been produced at this scale, but this kind of inventory work has been performed in several smaller areas.

The maps include an area of 30 km2 each, four times the area of amap, but the costs are generally lower because the detailed investigations are not normally so extensive throughout the map sheet area. NGU has produced Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 sheets 70 are printed in colour, 10 in black and white at Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3during the years Priority has been given to areas where conflicting land use might emerge, mainly in the Oslofjord and Trondheimsfjord areas Fig.

Evaluations of the usefulness and economics of these maps have been performed e. Maps atEiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 the main map series at NGU as they are thought to give the optimal relationship between the resource used and the area covered. The mapped areas are c. More Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 maps have been produced Fig. The mapped areas are geographically large, which gives good opportunities for a regional understanding of the Quaternary geological history of the area.

The maps show, in addition to the distribution and genesis of Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 deposits, the grain-size distribution, morphology, active erosion and slides, stratigraphy and direction of ice movements.

Representative samples of the deposits are collected and analysed, and occasionally drilling and geophysical measurements are performed. Even though the maps contain much information, they are still overview maps. Municipality maps at scales of , are used as popular presentations for the public, but also as planning maps for the municipalities.

A popular description may be attached to the map Follestad d, Nordgulen et al. County maps. Quaternary geological county maps at scales of , are overview maps that show the distribution and genesis of the deposits and the deglaciation history.

The preferred scale is , but other scales have been used in some areas for practical and economic reasons e. The maps are compiled by aerial photo interpretation and field control along the roads. Published maps at larger scales are, of course, used as control, but their information is reduced to the ,level.

NGU has produced nine county maps so far Klakegg et al. The production of such maps will be completed for all counties during The Nordland map Bargel is one of the basic elements in this thesis, see Enclosure 4. National map. As a part of the National Atlas of Norway, a Quaternary geological map was produced at a scale of ,, accompanied by a simplified description Thoresen The map was compiled using aerial photo interpretation and Its Easy To Remember - Doris Day - Hooray For Hollywood field trips, as well as use of pre-existing map material.

The map presents an overview of the distribution and genesis of the most important deposits. Five maps from Northern Fennoscandia Hirvas et al. The maps show the deposits, the geomorphology and the palaeohydrography, the ice movements and the stratigraphy. The maps are simplified overviews and are based on existing maps supplemented with interpretation of aerial Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 and some additional fieldwork. The deposits maps are identical with other maps of this kind except that the thin deposits are combined with exposed bedrock.

The maps of Central Fennoscandia are a basic part of this Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 Enclosures Maps of the continental shelf. The maps were produced on the basis of shallow seismic profiling, supplemented with bottom sampling, and the main content is sea bottom sediment and sediment thicknesses. Mapping of the sea floor provides information about, or relevant to marine deposits and resources including bioresources, alternative routes for cables and oil- and gas pipelines and localisation of installations for petroleum production.

For that reason, colours have been used to represent the different geological units on most of the maps produced by NGU from as early as the s. The style of the earlier Quaternary geological maps was almost unchanged until c. The new strategy was to produce maps atand new colours and categories of deposit were introduced. This standard is used on almost all maps produced by NGU, at all scales Fig. Other mapping institutions in Norway use the same standard. The colours chosen are meant to give the reader certain associations, and then be a Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 that is easier to remember.

The colour chosen to represent till is green, as the dominant deposit-type in Norway by area is till, and most of the plant material is found on till. Marine deposits are, of course, blue, while orange and yellow colours are used for glaciofluvial and fluvial deposits, respectively, as the dominant Norwegian rocks often produce sand Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 gravels with these colours.

Several deposits, e. Deposits that have characteristic morphology such as, e. About symbols that are printed in black and red colours are used. Exposed bedrock should have had a grey colour according to the association principle, and a few maps were printed in that way.

These maps were visually unbalanced, and a light red colour is used today. Bogs are printed with a brown colour. In addition to the colours, several letters and symbols are used on maps at scales ofand larger, occasionally on maps at smaller scales, for additional information on the deposits.

Letters are used for small or scattered occurrences of essential deposits. Symbols are used to express grain size, morphological features on the surface, stratigraphy and other elements Fig.

The use of colour in these two maps is different from the Norwegian standard. The reason is that these maps were produced in cooperation with the Geological Surveys in Finland and Sweden, and the 81 three institutions use different colours on their national maps. The compromise shown Fig. The regional maps show the topmost meter of the deposits.

Application of the genetic principle in classifying the deposits is basic in all countries. Coloured areas on the maps give the genetic information. Additional information such as grain size, block content, morphological details, etc.

Most of the maps are digitised. The Norwegian way is to use geological deglaciation models to analyse the areas and then to use the observed grain size, morphology and detailed location of the deposits in relation to the topographical units.

The genetic classification and regional limitations are therefore performed partly by interpretation. In contrast, the Danish method is to study samples in the field every m and plot the observations on the map. The interpretation and regional limitations are drawn on that basis. In Finland and Sweden a combination of these methods is used, dependent on the nature of the areas to be mapped.

The intended map scales are of course important factors, which decide the smallest details to be visualized and the intensity of the fieldwork. Maps at scales from c. Country maps at scales from ,, have also been produced. The arguments for spending money to produce Quaternary geological maps and associated databases are similar in all countries.

The maps are applied to land use planning, construction activity, the search for surficial resources, agricultural and forestry purposes, to groundwater studies and planning of environmental aspects. For that reason, the most 82 detailed mapping is carried out in populated areas in all the countries. In Denmark, c. The previously mentioned web sites may be visited for references and further details. To get a real impression of the task and the need for information, we have to remember the differences in the Quaternary geological history, topography and coverage of deposits and use of the areas in the four countries.

Proper use of land areas, initially for agricultural purposes, later for more differentiated land-use such as construction, infrastructure etc. Before analysing these arguments it is useful to examine how, and which data are achieved by the mapping process.

To pinpoint the problems only mapping atwill be discussed, as it has been the most generally used map Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 when producing Quaternary maps in Norway. The map data are, by tradition, acquired by first interpreting the depositional conditions using geological models combined with morphologic observations.

As the genetic picture is interpreted in this way, Sølvguttene - Julemesse Missa In Nativitate Domini (SACD, Album) general properties of the deposits are established; only a few additional parameters are given. Sorted deposits are given a general grain-size distribution of the top layer while tills, moraines, mass-movement deposits and weathering material are not.

Deeper strata are more or less neglected, but natural cuttings on riverbanks, ravines, gravel pits and excavations made for construction Boilk (Incl. Bach: Durch Adams Fall Ist Ganz Verderbt) - Egg - The Polite Force are of course studied.

In some instances drillholes and seismic profiling are accessible, which will give sporadic information on the stratigraphy of the deeper parts of the deposits. If not measured by drilling or geophysical methods, the thickness of Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 deposits is estimated. Scattered samples may be collected, and most generally only grain-size analyses are performed.

Farmers of today want chemical data, which influence their fertilizing needs; data on porosity and permeability related to watering or ditching requirements and the problem of erosion, all are summarized in the aim of higher productivity NOU, Reite The existing La Douce Humanité - Stereo Total - Do The Bambi geological maps, whatever their scale, will occasionally be helpful as an introduction to the problems, but for most practical modern agricultural purposes this sort of data is not sufficient.

The regional mapping of the clay deposits in the Quick Clay Mapping Project Leirprosjektet, Bargel was more successful. Localization of resources for exploitation is among the uses of the Quaternary geological maps. Groundwater is mainly found in the fluvial and glaciofluvial deposits in Norway, and where maps are available, a primary localisation of potential resources can be done based on the maps, e. Localisation of peat resources is mainly of historical interest, and an almost complete data set is available from other institutions, e.

Sand and gravel occur in remote areas and below the highest marine level, where sand- and gravels may be covered by Eros Ramazzotti - Eros In Concert the maps have been used to localise deposits for road-construction and dam building.

In populated areas, however, most of the deposits of interest have been known and exploited for many years before any mapping was performed. Proper use of high-quality gravels has, for the last fifteen years or so, been a specialised thematic mapping activity, namely creation of the Sand- and Gravel database, which is localised at NGU NeebStokke When this database was constructed, the Quaternary geological maps were of great value in localising deposits of interest. Scientific and educational interests are mainly focused on information on deposits to be used for studies on glacier variations and the last deglaciation.

For example, regional location of dateable sub-till sediments has given much new information on rapid changes in 84 the inland ice during the Mid- and Late Weichselian Reite c, Olsen a, Olsen et al. Detailed mapping of moraines in, e. Realistic views on the usefulness of the maps are necessary when arguing for funding of further mapping. The benefits argued in NOU Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3. In spite of this, geological mapping is an investment in the future.

It is very well documented in all the countries that have performed Quaternary geological mapping, that its usefulness is indisputable. The arguments for continuing the mapping are easy to find as the maps are tools for managing land areas and their resources in an optimal manner. Modern use of the surficial Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3e. The need for new parameters, including stratigraphy, makes it necessary to change the way of mapping to satisfy new requirements set by the users of the data.

Communication with the users is very important as they have varying geological competence and specific needs. A planner in a small municipality may Unspirited - Guided By Voices - Isolation Drills some geology, if he happens to have, e.

An architect, a technician, an economist or a lawyer may not. In a planning situation there Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 many factors that have to be considered, and we have to accept that geology is not important at all in some situations.

In any case, the data presented by the geologist has to be used in order to be profitable, but too often this is not so, as demonstrated in several investigations. Several geologists have tried to explain the maps and to simplify the information, e.

Bargel et al. The users will probably not make the effort needed to learn geology just to understand these maps. It is therefore the responsibility of the data producers to present the data in a more useable way. The scientific manner of presenting several possible conclusions is not necessarily preferable when reporting to a layman. We have to be specific and to find the best solution to the problems, possibly only one solution. If this feels difficult, geologists have to learn more practical geology and how planners work.

This is necessary if we want to improve communication, because, as we know, planners do not learn much geology in their training. In this chapter focus has been placed on the utility of Quaternary geological maps in varying scales.

As inquiries have shown, most users prefer maps at scales of ,; why then produce maps in smaller scales? To try to find some answers, The Blue Necklace - The Modern Jazz Quartet - Under The Jasmin Tree could be useful to describe the two principal ways of compiling small-scale maps.

In areas where no maps exist, an overview map is normally the best way of acquiring primary information rapid and in an economically acceptable way. This has been done all over the world in relation to all mappable topics from the beginning of mapping activity. The Quaternary geology of Norway is mapped in this way for most of the country, but there are still areas that have not been mapped at proper scales e.

Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 quality of overview maps is not Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 satisfactory, but a bad map is better than no map and upgrading is normally done if required. In areas where highly detailed mapping has been performed, a simplified presentation at a small scale is often compiled just to get an overview.

Overview maps of the Quaternary geology of several areas of Norway have been compiled in this way, e. The map quality achieved using this method is often very good.

An overview map will give the general trends and show, from a larger area than the detailed maps, where, e. It is necessary to have this information in order to manage the resources in a sensible manner on a regional 86 scale. This is one of the arguments Serpent Navigators - Omni Trio - The Haunted Science in many countries that have produced a National Atlas.

Ogród Zwany Eden - D.J. 600V* - Produkcja - Hip Hop Jasna science, new ideas on regional trends may emerge when huge data sets are analysed and presented in a simplified form, as lots of detail may camouflage the main trends.

The glacialdynamic work of, e. This fact is the bearing idea in Part III of this thesis. Quaternary geological maps at a scale ofare overview maps, to be used for primary planning and orientation only. Traditional genetic overview mapping in Norway should be continued until the proposals in NOU are fulfilled populated areas with thick deposits at , the remaining areas atThe mapping policy summarized in 2 is the optimum in relation to costs, coverage Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 quality of the achieved information.

The general regional information given on properties of the deposits is not satisfactory for Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 usages of the areas covered. Chemical and physical parameters and knowledge of stratigraphy are necessary in order to evaluate the technical properties of the deposits. Quaternary geological maps at scales of , have extended applicability due to their more detailed base maps. New map projects intended for practical purposes should concentrate on combining mapping at greater scales and on solving specific problems in limited areas.

Geologists should learn to communicate better with their users. The area under consideration is extensive too Fig. Most of the literature concerning the Norwegian part is cited, but the Finnish and Swedish areas are looked upon through the eyes of earlier reviewers. Nevertheless, the reference list, which exceeds publications, shows Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 activity on Quaternary geological studies Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 been quite impressive.

Modern geologists are very much focused on ages, relative and absolute, as a framework for their investigations. Scientific work performed before reliable age determinations of organic matter was at hand, is probably not considered today as much as is deserved.

One should not misjudge the oldest literature because of its lack of sophisticated instrumental measurements, detailed stratigraphical logs and intricate theoretical interpretations. The older scientists were experts on the Art of Observation, and the missing details were counter-balanced by the ability to think regionally and to create brilliant ideas. Several of the problems geologists are still trying to Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 today were formulated more than one hundred years ago.

The question of possible ice-free areas during the ice age, which will not be treated here, is one example. Several review articles have also been used, e. A few publications that are concerned with special problems should also be mentioned as they have had a vital influence on the interpretation of some aspects of the deglaciation of Fennoscandia: the east-west balance of the Ricetta Di Donna - Roberto Vecchioni - Original Album Series ice sheet, varve chronology, the problem of the De Geer moraines and the glacial lakes.

The position of the ice divide along the mountain chain has been thoroughly studied by, e. LjugnerFig. During the first glaciation recognised by him, the Prime Glaciation, the ice divide moved away from the mountains towards the east. Then the ice disappeared, leading to the Interval, and new ice growth fed by westerly winds took place, the Posterior Glaciation. According to Ljugner op. These surprising conclusions were based on relatively few striae observations, and have been strongly criticized, but later investigations have verified the main lines of Ljugner's theories e.

LundqvistJ. Lundqvist A similar migration of the ice divide towards the southeast took place in southern Norway e. HolmsenP. In the central part of Sweden the problem of ice recession has preoccupied many scientists. Due to a complete lack of end moraines in the area, as can be seen on Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 Central Fennoscandian maps Bargel et al.

In Finland too, varve chronology has been used with profit in many areas e. As the glacial varves can be linked to the varves deposited by modern rivers, varve chronology can also be used as an absolute age determination method e.

There is a divergence of several hundred years in the ages obtained by the varve method and the radiocarbon age determination method. The two glaciations of the last ice age were called the Prime Glaciation ice divide positions and the Posterior Glaciation ice divide positionsrespectively, separated by a period of deglaciation, the Interval. De Geer moraines, which are mainly found below the highest postglacial coastline, have earlier been regarded as annual moraines, deposited at the ice margin during the winter standstill in the recession Fig.

The De Geer Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 are separated by less than m, which shows that more than 91 one moraine was deposited each year ZilliacusAartolahti et al. When correlated, the De Geer moraines show the direction of ice recession and correlative positions of the ice front. De Geer moraines are described in Ch.

During the deglaciation, many glacial lakes were dammed between the mountain chain and the shrinking ice divide Fig. The nature of the lakes has been much debated e. Subhorizontally bedded silt deposits and shorelines prove that water tables have existed. Most of the lakes probably drained slowly beneath the vanishing ice during the last phases of their existence.

This event is dated to c. In his Reise nach Norwegen Travel to Norwaypublished in Hamburg in cited by Keilhauhe made some remarks on "reduction of the water", which tells us that Fabricius had observed raised shore marks.

Keilhau op. He focused on erratics, shorelines and fossil seashells, and recognized that the land upheaval has been greatest in the southeastern and central parts of Norway, which, as we know today, is correct e. The new ideas on an earlier raised sea level were generally accepted, and collection of new data accelerated.

Most of the work in Norway in the middle of the 19th century was accomplished in the area around Oslofjord. However, a limited activity was also performed in Northern Norway, and a geological map of this area was printed in colour Dahll At the end of the 19th century geoscientific work was going on in most of the country.

One of the pioneers, Hans Reusch Fig. Nansen made a thorough study of the Norwegian strandflat. Helland presented a detailed description on the soils in most of Norway. The points of interest in those times were fossil shell localities, raised shorelines, erratics and moraines. Helland and Hansen described erratics, moraines, glacial striae and raised shorelines along the Norwegian coast.

Eiszeit - Terminal Choice - Black Journey 3 J. Vogt a and Rekstad made maps of isolines of raised shorelines from most of the coast north of Sognefjord Fig. The erratics are found on the coast and in some fjords below the Late Glacial marine level. Rekstad op cit. He tentatively associated the highest marine level with the Ra-time. Cuentas Del Alma - Rubén Blades* Y Seis Del Solar - Escenas the source rock was traced to the Swedish mountain chain, erratic transport by ice streams across the watershed towards the west coast was indicated.

This map shows the isolines of the highest raised shorelines in Norway. The measured localities and the isolines in m. The original map covered all of Norway at a scale of , Rekstadcf.

Tanner presented an overview of possible ice flow directions in Northern Fennoscandia Fig. The works of O. Holtedahlare classical, giving a comprehensive presentation of both the bedrock and the glacial geology of Norway. The work of Oftedahl is less complete on the Quaternary. Andersen a described the Quaternary of Norway and reviewed Quaternary research in Norway Andersenand Mangerud summarized the last ice age in Scandinavia.

As knowledge developed enormously during recent decades, works concerning shorter time intervals of the Weichselian have been given special The Unfortunate Miss Bailey - The Kingston Trio* - At Large / Here We Go Again!, e. Note the proposed positions of the ice divide and that little attention has been given to the topography in A. From Tanner He noticed the marked change in knowledge of the Quaternary stratigraphy on the shelf that happened from the mids, of course accelerated due to the development of the petroleum industry in the area.

Based on continuous seismic profiling, the glacial nature of the proposed moraine ridges on the shelf was demonstrated, and publications dealing with glaciations and deglaciation of the shelf increased in number. The earliest activity concerning the shelf was bathymetry, which gave an impression of the morphology of the sea bottom. Vogt reported thick gravel deposits on the shelf outside Helgeland based on scattered, small sea-bottom samples acquired together with the depth data.

Based on this knowledge it was widely agreed during the first half of the 20th century that the special submarine topography could only be explained by glacial erosion and deposition.

Holtedahldescribed ice-marginal features My Guy - Teresa Brewer - Remember .

Teresa Brewer terminal moraines along the shelf edge Fig. Marginal fault lines are dotted. Andersen a, b, indicated several moraines on the shelf outside Troms and Nordland based on bathymetric data. The morainic composition of the ridges on the shelf off Central Norway and Troms was shown by seismic registrations Bugge et al.

Andersen compiled a map of supposed submarine moraine ridges 98 along the Norwegian coast Fig.


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