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Published by Gleerup in Lund .
Written in English


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SeriesLund studies in geography -- no. 3
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Open LibraryOL13976318M

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The deglaciation of Southern Swe, B.P. Because of its well-developed ice-marginal zones, SW Sweden is an important reference area for the study of deglaciation, chronology and. The deglaciation of southern Sweden: a multi‐parameter consideration. The author's chronology and pattern of the Late Weichselian deglaciation of southern Scandinavia, with emphasis on southwest Author: Nils-Axel Mörner. The western part of the South Swedish Highland, situated high above the marine limit, is characterized by a zonal deglaciation; zone by zone of the ice margin was detached from the actively moving. The combined deglaciation chronology suggests a rather steady deglaciation in southern Sweden starting at c. cal. ka BP in NW Skåne and reaching northern Småland, ∼ km further north, c.

The last deglaciation of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet (SIS) from ∼ 21, to 13, yr ago is well-constrained by several hundred 10 Be and 14 C ages. The subsequent retreat history, however, is established primarily from minimum-limiting 14 C ages and incomplete Baltic-Sea varve records, leaving a substantial fraction of final SIS retreat history poorly by: The 3D thermomechanical model and associated initial boundary condition data applied are of the same derivation as that used to previously model the pre-LGM build-up of the EISC by Patton et al. (), where a more complete description of the model setup and implementation can be brief, the ice flow model is a first-order approximation of the Stokes equations, adapted from Blatter Cited by: Blekinge Län is the smallest county of Sweden with an area of 3, square kilometers. , residents call their home The Garden of Sweden. The reason is not only the location of Blekinge in the south of the country, but also the different nature within the region. This is the case, for example, in extensive areas of northern Sweden (Lagerbäck and Robertsson, ), and Finland (Johansson and Kujansuu, ), where eskers of a pre-LGM deglaciation (Helmens et al., ) are cross-cut by younger esker systems, are covered by tills, and have kettle-holes with interstadial sediments, all which indicate that Cited by:

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