The Scandinavian Ice Sheet: from MIS 4 to the end of the last Glacial Maximum
Glacial rebound modelling, to establish constraints on past ice sheets from the observational evidence of palaeo-shoreline elevations, is well established for the post- Last Glacial Maximum (post-LGM) period, for which the observational evidence is relatively abundant and well distributed spatially and in time. This is particularly the case for Scandinavia. For the earlier part of the glacial cycle this evidence becomes increasingly sparse and uncertain such that, with the exception of the...[Show more]
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