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Chapter 59 Neoproterozoic glaciation of South Norway: from continental interior to rift and pericratonic basins in western Baltica - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 59 Neoproterozoic glaciation of South Norway: from continental interior to rift and pericratonic basins in western Baltica - Photograph supplement
Author: Nystuen, Johan P.
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Nystuen, Johan P. and Lamminen, Jarkko T. 2011. “Neoproterozoic glaciation of South Norway: from continental interior to rift and pericratonic basins in western Baltica.” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 613-622.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9437
Date: 2011


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Ch59_Photo_1_Nystuen.jpg 361.5Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Outcrop of typical diamictite lithology of the Moelv Formation, Bruvollhagan, Moelv. Largest clast of gneiss in the foreground is 1.5 m in diameter. The diamictite is interpreted as formed as a basal till (Photo credit: Johan Petter Nystuen).
Ch59_Photo_2_Nystuen.jpg 366.1Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Detail of diamictite of the Moelv Formation, Bruvollhagan, Moelv. Clasts are granite, gneiss, vein quartz, quartzite and limestone (dark grey) (Photo credit: Johan Petter Nystuen).
Ch59_Photo_3_Nystuen.jpg 417.2Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Calacarous sandstone of the Biri Formation, interpreted to represent a mixed carbonate-silisiclastic platform deposit, located directly below the glacial Moelv Formation. Road section Øvre Rendal – Hanestad (Photo credit: Johan Petter Nystuen).

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