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Glacial geomorphology in Utsjoki, Finnish Lapland proposes Younger Dryas fault-instability.
Abstract Northern Fennoscandia has experienced high-magnitude postglacial fault (PGF) events, yet the role of seismic tremors in subglacial deformations and meltwater discharge has remained obscure.
Sediment anisotropy coincides with moraine ridge trend in south‐central Finnish Lapland
The morpho-sedimentary anisotropy of a field of moraine ridges, classified previously as ribbed moraine, was studied by means of ASTER satellite data, airborne radiometric (AR) data, digital
Electrical-sedimentary anisotropy of Rogen moraine, Lake Rogen area, Sweden
Abstract The electrical-sedimentary and morphological anisotropy of Rogen moraine was studied with aerial photographs and azimuthal measurements of electrical conductivity (σ a ) in the Lake Rogen
Sedimentary anisotropy diverges from flute trends in south-east Finnish Lapland
Abstract Subglacial flutes are parallel-to-ice flow lineations indicative of glacial streamlining, yet their depositional/erosional origin or sedimentary anisotropy is not fully understood. The
Maskevarri Ráhppát in Finnmark, northern Norway - is it an earthquake-induced landform complex?
Abstract. The Sami word rahppat means rough bouldery/stony terrain with sharp-relief topography in Finnmark, northern Norway. Rahppat is a common name in the region of the Younger Dryas landforms,
Snowmelt Infiltration Through Partially Frozen Soil in Finnish Lapland
Snowmelt timing is critical for tree growth in high latitudes, but threshold conditions with respect to root-zone soil water availability in spring is not well understood. In spring 2008 we measured
Impact of intensive forest management on soil quality and natural regeneration of Norway spruce
The northern boreal forests in Fennoscandia have been managed for decades using clear-cut harvesting and subsequent mechanical site preparation (MSP). MSP is intended to reduce competing vegetation,
Reconstruction of the post-glacial migration of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) into northern Fennoscandia is based on pollen records and radiocarbon (14C) ages from organic deposits.
Central boreal mire plant communities along soil nutrient potential and water content gradients
Peatlands have traditionally been exploited in forestry and agriculture over the boreal region, yet they also provide substantial source of fuel production. The large-scale exploitation of peatlands