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  • Mechanical aspects of postglacial volcanism and tectonics of the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwest Iceland
  • Genesis of lateral moraine complexes, demonstrated by fossil soils and trunks| indicator of postglacial climatic fluctuation in Moraines and varves. Origin/Genesis/Classification.
  • Spät-und postglaziale Gletscherschwankungen in der Ferwallgruppe (Tirol/Vorarlberg). (Late and postglacial fluctuations of glaciers in the Ferwall mountains, western Austria)
  • Human occupation of the submerged coast of the Massif Armoricain and postglacial sea level changes in Quaternary coastlines and marine archaeology: Towards the prehistory of land bridges and continental shelves.
  • The magnitude and frequency of large rockslides in Iceland in the Postglacial
  • This paper describes the history of sedimentation during the last 11.000 years. Using sedimentation rates and the structure of varves it is possible to recognize influences of human activities since neolithic times and even of minor postglacial
  • The postglacial sea-level history along a cross-section of western Norway has been studied in detail. Ten local sea-level curves were used to construct an equidistant shoreline diagram, covering the last 13 000 years. This includes 76 radiocarbon
  • The paleoenvironmental evolution of a Dutch deltaic swamp forest area during the mid-Holocene was strongly governed by a general rise of water level (bound to postglacial sea-level rise) and by fluctuations in this water-level rise. A phasing
  • -1500 m), favourable microclimate and inpart the different rock composition of the beneath the patches. The nivation activity of snow patches contributes to postglacial morphological development.
  • a atteint son maximum entre 6 600 et 7 000 B.P. (Main Postglacial Shoreline).
  • of a more detailed knowledge of events. Only in postglacial times some basic patterns in Quaternary environmental development have been established. (P. A. Pirazzoli).