Agderia – a postglacial lost land in the southern Norwegian North Sea

@article{Hammer2016AgderiaA,
  title={Agderia – a postglacial lost land in the southern Norwegian North Sea},
  author={{\O}yvind Hammer and Sverre Planke and Amer Hafeez and Berit Oline Hjelstuen and Jan Inge Faleide and Frode Kval{\o}},
  journal={Norwegian Journal of Geology},
  year={2016}
}
1Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Box 1172 Blindern, 0318 Oslo, Norway. 2Volcanic Basin Petroleum Research as (VBPR), Oslo Science Park, 0349 Oslo, Norway. 3Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED), University of Oslo, Box 1028 Blindern, 0315 Oslo, Norway. 4Tullow Oil Norway, Tordenskiolds gate 6B, 0160 Oslo, Norway. 5Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen, Allégt. 41, 5007 Bergen, Norway. 6Norwegian Maritime Museum, Bygdøynesveien 37, N–0286 Oslo, Norway. 
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