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  • Ice front variations of the Scandinavian ice sheet from 13,000 to 10,000 years BP are summarised with the main emphasis on the Allerod and Younger Dryas chronozones. In Finland, Sweden and eastern Norway there was a great net retreat, in SW Norway
  • the ice front oscillated back and forth, and in the NW part of southern Norway the ice front retreated during the Allerod and halted during the Younger Dryas. The differences are interpreted in terms of different topography and therefore different glacial
  • in altitude to the SW with a regional gradient of 0,13 m/km. It is suggested that the feature was formed by periglacial shore erosion during the Loch Lomond Stadial (Younger Dryas) and is of the same age as the Norwegian Main Line (P12). It is also proposed
  • Errors that are likely to influence the accuracy of radiocarbon dates from recently deglaciated terrain are considered. Younging errors which can result from such factors as late melt-out or sediment mixing are contrasted with errors that produce