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On ice-marginal features in southwestern Finland.
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Dec 29, · Abstract. A novel high-resolution (2–4 m source and receiver spacing) reflection and refraction seismic survey was carried out for aquifer characterization and to confirm the existing depositional model of the interlobate esker of Virttaankangas, which is part of the Säkylänharju-Virttaankangas glaciofluvial esker-chain complex in southwest gemhallphotography.com by: 5. Progress in Physical Geography 28,1 () pp. 1–42Geomorphological applications ofcosmogenic isotope analysisHermione A.P. Cockburna,b andMichael A. Summerfielda,*aInstitute of Geography, University of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, EdinburghEH8 9XP, UKbSchool of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne, Victoria, , AustraliaAbstract: Cosmogenic isotope analysis involves the .
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Geoheritage role in human past, present-day and future: Every definition recognises geoheritage as intrinsic scientific features/sites that allow us to understand history of the Earth and life and processes responsible for this history. Some definitions include to the geoheritage features also cultural importance of sites (Brocx, Semeniuk ). Interlobate esker architecture and related hydrogeological features derived from a combination of high-resolution reflection seismics and refraction tomography, Virttaankangas, southwest Finland, Hydrogeology Journal, , pp. , Volume 25, Issue 3, DOI: /sCited by: 5.
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Function of the ice streams in the Scandinavian ice sheet: analyses of glacial geological data from southwestern Finland - Volume 85 Issue 4 - Mikko PunkariCited by: Read "Reconstructing Quaternary environments?, Boreas" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
() discussing a variety of features associated with the less continuous sections o f the Salpausselka zone in southwestern Finland. However. The deglaciation of Finland after 10, B.
P and ultimately encroaching onto southwestern Finland where it is associated with the Salpausselkä suite of On ice-marginal features in southwestern Finland. book, formed during episodes of.
The Scandinavian ice sheet, the centre of which is situated in the Scandinavian mountain range, covered Finland and the northwestern Russian Plain several times during the Quaternary cold gemhallphotography.com is not known precisely how many times Finland and adjacent areas were covered by ice during the Quaternary.
This is because the area is situated close to the glaciation centre, and the ice-advances. The Glaciation of Finland. and the lowest with the Salpausselkä ice-marginal formations (Finland). There was a well-accepted knowledge that the Pandivere ice marginal zone correlates with the.
The Ss (Salpausselkä) Moraine complex in southern Finland, a succession of three parallel ridges, Ss I, Ss II, and Ss III (), formed during the last recession of the southern margin of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet (SIS).Of these three ridges, Ss I and Ss II are the best-expressed end moraines in the Finnish landscape (Rainio et al., ).The two ridges (Ss I and Ss II) are thought to be Cited by: Sedimentological and chronological aspects of the Younger Dryas – Holocene transition record in southern Finland and northern Baltic.
Unigrafia. Helsinki. 38 pages and 3 figures. abstract In this study, different types of sediments depo-sited in the Baltic Sea Basin in Southern Finland and the Gulf of Finland before and after the Bal.
The North Taymyr ice-marginal zone (NTZ) was initiated during an Early Weichselian retreat stage (c. 80 ka BP) and added to during the Middle (c. 65 ka BP) and Late Weichselian (Cited by: 1. The Saint-Narcisse morainic complex and early Younger Dryas events on the southeastern margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet.
Un article de la revue Géographie physique et Quaternaire (Volume 61, numéro, p. ) diffusée par la plateforme gemhallphotography.com by: New ice is a general term used for recently frozen sea water that does not yet make up solid ice.
It may consist of frazil ice (plates or spicules of ice suspended in water), slush (water saturated snow), or shuga (spongy white ice lumps a few centimeters across).
Other terms, such as grease ice and pancake ice, are used for ice crystal accumulations under the action of wind and waves.
Interlobate esker architecture and related hydrogeological features derived from a combination of high-resolution reflection seismics and refraction tomography, Virttaankangas, southwest Finland Georgiana Maries1 & Elina Ahokangas2 & Joni Mäkinen2 & Antti Pasanen3 & Alireza Malehmir1.
Internal structure and significance of ice-marginal moraine in the Kebnekaise Mountains, northern Sweden. Boreas, 46 (2), pp. ISSN Cited by: 3. In much of the northern Great Plains, saline and hypersaline lacustrine brines are the only surface waters present.
As a group, the lakes of this region are unique: there is no other area in the world that can match the concentration and diversity of saline lake environments exhibited in the prairie region of Canada and northern United gemhallphotography.com by: Aario R., Morainic landforms in Finland, their forms, composition and origin with reference to their classification and terminology.
The Symp. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Mickelson, D.M.,Changes in glacial landforms and subglacial conditions in the ice-marginal zone of the Laurentide Ice Sheet from southern Wisconsin to Minnesota: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.
43, no. 5, p. Southern Ontario is underlain by a variable thickness of Quaternary-age sediments that blanket an eroded Paleozoic bedrock surface dissected by numerous bedrock valleys (Eyles, ).The area was repeatedly overridden by the southern margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet during the late Quaternary and was also affected by changing lake levels in the Great Lakes basins (Barnett, ; Eyles, ).Cited by: Ina detailed study of the Eastern Gulf of Finland (the Baltic Sea) seafloor was performed to identify and map submerged glacial and postglacial geomorphologic features and collect data pertinent to the understanding of sedimentation in postglacial basins.
Two key areas within the Gulf were investigate using a multibeam echosounder, SeaBat and an EdgeTech HM acoustic sub-bottom Cited by: 1. Iceland is situated in a climatically sensitive area close to both atmospheric and oceanic polar fronts, thus representing an important location for understanding North Atlantic climatic change.
Icelandic glaciers are particularly sensitive to climatic fluctuations on annual to decadal timescales, and have exhibited accelerating rates of ice-marginal retreat and mass loss during the past decade.
Caron, O., M. Lamothe, and W.W. Shilts,IRSL-dated glaciolacustrine Laurentide ice marginal positions in the Canadian southeastern Appalachians and the estimation of regional ice volume at the OIS3/0IS4 transition; paperGeological Society of America Annual Meeting.
Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 42, no. Budd, W. F. & Smith, I. N. () The growth and retreat of ice sheets in response to orbital radiation changes. In: Sea Level, Ice, and Climatic Change. Proceedings of a Symposium held during the XVII General Assembly of the IUGG at Canberra, Decemberpp.
– IAHS PublicationInternational Association of Hydrologic Sciences, Wallingford.Geological Quarterly Vol 61, No 2 () –, doi: /gq PDF The impact of postglacial palaeoenvironmental changes on the properties of sediments in .is thought to be responsible for glacial deposits, and features in this area as well as the whole of Northern U.S.
(Pair and Rodrigues, ; O’Connor et al., ). Detailed surficial mapping has allowed for identification of ice‐marginal landforms throughout.