The postglacial uplift of the Karelian Coast of the White Sea according to radiocarbon and diatom analyses of lacustrine-boggy deposits of Kindo Peninsula

@article{Romanenko2012ThePU,
  title={The postglacial uplift of the Karelian Coast of the White Sea according to radiocarbon and diatom analyses of lacustrine-boggy deposits of Kindo Peninsula},
  author={F. Romanenko and O. Shilova},
  journal={Doklady Earth Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={442},
  pages={242-246}
}
242 Beginning with P.A. Kropotkin’s works, it was believed that the modern Fennoscandian relief formed mainly during the Late Weichselian Glaciation. In this region, high and nonuniform isostatic uplift rates of the coast [2, 6, 7] and significant evidence of associ ated seismic events are traditionally noted [1, 13]. However, many events of the geological history of the Karelian Coast and Kandalaksha Coast in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene are still under discussion. The main objective of… Expand

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