Sediment anisotropy coincides with moraine ridge trend in south‐central Finnish Lapland

@article{Sutinen2009SedimentAC,
  title={Sediment anisotropy coincides with moraine ridge trend in south‐central Finnish Lapland},
  author={Raimo Sutinen and Maarit Middleton and Pauliina Liwata and Matti Piekkari and Eija Hyv{\"o}nen},
  journal={Boreas},
  year={2009},
  volume={38}
}
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 elevation models (DEMs) and azimuthal measurement of electrical conductivity (σa) in Kivitaipale, south‐central Finnish Lapland. The 20 km long corridor of moraine ridges is diagonally oriented to the youngest (Late Weichselian) active‐ice streamlined features and presumably dates back to post‐Younger Dryas… 
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