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Pattern and timing of retreat of the last British-Irish Ice Sheet
During the last glacial the ice sheet that subsumed most of Britain, Ireland and the North Sea attained its maximum extent by 27 ka BP and with an ice volume sufficient to raise global sea level byExpand
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The dating and morphometry of the Storegga Slide
The Storegga Slide has affected an area of approximately 95 000 km2, and a sediment volume in the range of approximately 2400–3200 km3 has been displaced. Around 250 km3 of the volume has beenExpand
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A regional 8200 cal. yr BP cooling event in northwest Europe, induced by final stages of the Laurentide ice-sheet deglaciation?
The most notable change in δ18O in Greenland ice cores during the Holocene occurs at 8200 cal. yr BP. Here we present a new high-resolution marine record from the northern North Sea, along withExpand
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Pleistocene glacial history of the NW European continental margin
Abstract In this paper new and previously published data on the Pleistocene glacial impact on the NW European margin from Ireland to Svalbard (between c. 48°N–80°N) are compiled. The morphology ofExpand
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The Storegga Slide: architecture, geometry and slide development
The detailed mapping of the Storegga Slide morphological elements and the analyses of the slide development are based on high-quality acoustic and sampling data sets acquired through a cooperationExpand
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Variations in temperature and extent of Atlantic Water in the northern North Atlantic during the Holocene
We compare six high-resolution Holocene, sediment cores along a S–N transect on the Norwegian–Svalbard continental margin from ca 601N to 77.41N, northern North Atlantic. Planktonic foraminifera inExpand
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Quaternary seismic stratigraphy of the North Sea Fan: glacially-fed gravity flow aprons, hemipelagic sediments, and large submarine slides
Abstract Approximately 1000 km of high resolution sleeve-gun array transects on the North Sea Fan, located at the mouth of the Norwegian Channel, reveal three dominant styles of sedimentation withinExpand
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Quaternary glaciations in southern Fennoscandia: evidence from southwestern Norway and the northern North Sea region
Abstract Based on records from the northern North Sea and southern Norway, Quaternary Fennoscandian glaciations are described and discussed. Maximum glaciation, defined as the presence of shelf edgeExpand
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Late Cenozoic prograding wedges on the NW European continental margin: their formation and relationship to tectonics and climate
Abstract During late Pliocene to Pleistocene times, prominent prograding wedges were deposited along the continental margin of NW Europe, resulting in seaward shelf break migration of up to 150 km.Expand
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The glacial North Sea Fan, southern Norwegian Margin: architecture and evolution from the upper continental slope to the deep-sea basin
Abstract High-resolution seismic data have been used to study the ice-stream-fed North Sea Fan, deposited from approximately Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 12 and onwards. Located at the outlet of theExpand
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