2 edition of Storbreen glacier in Jotunheimen, Norway. found in the catalog.
Storbreen glacier in Jotunheimen, Norway.
|Series||Norsk polarinstitutt. Skrifter,, nr. 141|
|LC Classifications||Q115 .N896 nr. 141|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||68094502|
Background In a study of Neoglacial end and lateral moraines in Jotunheimen, Norway, Matthews and D.L Benn, C.K. Ballantyne / Sedimentary Geology 91 () Petch () showed that clast roundness tends to increase down-moraine, towards former glacier snout by: Insect and arachnid colonization on the Storbreen glacier foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway: Persistence of taxa suggests an alternative model of succession Vater, Amber E. Abstract. Publication: The Holocene. Pub Date: October DOI: / Bibcode: HolocV Cited by:
Scandinavia: Geographical area in northern Europe consisting Norway, Sweden, and northwestern part of Finnish Lapland. Scandinavia is located in northern Europe between latitudes 55–71° North (Figure 1. Storbreen (8° 21' East, 61° 35' North) is one of more than glaciers scattered throughout the Jotunheimen Mountains of central southern Nor-way (Figure 1). At present, the glacier is only about 5 km2 in area, occupying a steep-sided hang-ing valley above Leirdalen (Matthews a). Matthews and Petch () suggested the 'Little.
4. Whittaker, Robert J. () Plant community and plant population studies of a successional sequence: Storbreen glacier foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway. Ph.D. Thesis: University of Wales Cardiff. 5. McCarroll, Daniel () Relative-age dating of Neoglacial moraines, Jotunheimen, southern Norway: the potential of the Schmidt hammer. Nicholls, MA () Thirty years of primary succession on the Storbreen glacier foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway. PhD thesis, University of Wales Swansea. Google ScholarCited by:
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[Olav Liestøl] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Vassdragsvesenet, Storbreen Storbreen glacier in Jotunheimen glacier) in Leirdalen, West Jotunheimen, was selected.
Storbreen has many advantages as an object of closer examination: The area is of a moderate size and is easily accessible from a road passing at a distance of 2 km from the snout of the glacier. The drainage area of the glacier river has also.
Storbreen (61°36′ N, 8°8′ E) (now written with an -an ending on official maps: Storbrean) is situated in the western part of Jotunheimen, a mountain area in southern Norway.
The glacier has a. Vegetation Succession on the Storbreen Glacier Foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway: A Review Article (PDF Available) in Arctic and Alpine Research 19(4) November with Reads.
VEGETATION SUCCESSION ON THE STORBREEN GLACIER FORELAND, JOTUNHEIMEN, NORWAY: A REVIEW JOHN A. MATTHEWS Sub-DepartmentofGeography, Department ofGeology, University College P. Cardiff CFl lXL, U.K. ROBERT J.
WHITTAKER School ofGeography, University ofOxford Mansfield Road, Oxford OXl 3TD, U.K. ABSTRACT. Norway’s largest glacier, Bøverbreen as well as one of our country’s most beautiful sights: the Svellnosbreen glacier fall, lies in Jotunheimen.
Our professional companies with private guiding can take you up or over a glacier on your own private freezing fairytale on ice. Landsat-derived glacier inventory for Jotunheimen, Norway, and deduced glacier changes since the s L. Andreassen1,2, F. Paul3, A. Ka¨ab¨ 2, Storbreen glacier in Jotunheimen J.
Hausberg1,2 1Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE), Oslo, Norway 2Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway. Glaciers can move mountains as well as they will move you.
See, feel and hear the force of nature, imprisoned in ice for thousands of years. Jotunheimen is home to some spectacular glaciers such as Falketind and stand eye to eye and ear to ear. Baumann et al.: Mapping glaciers in Jotunheimen, South-Norway Fig. 2 Fig. Available LIA glacier outlines from the geomorphological maps, divided after source.
Moraine type and timing of LIA maximum and GPS points of moraine walls measured are marked. Glacier areas in the s are shown in grey (glacier outline s: StatensCited by: Jotunheimen is an eldorado for great nature experiences in the mountains.
Here you will find Norway's two highest mountains; Galdhøpiggen ( m.a.s.l.) and Glittertind ( m.a.s.l.), and one of Norways most popular hikes – the Besseggen ridge. Jotunheimen National Park was established in and is the most mountainous landscape in Norway. Are you ready for hiking in lush valleys.
Uranostind rises majestically in the Southern part of Jotunheimen, and is the highest summit on a several kilometre-long and sharp mountain ridge.
The views from such an isolated and dominating summit are spectacular and unique; the hike offers views over the entire Jotunheimen, including Hurungane in the West, Uradalen in the North. The glacier is situated close to the main water divide and has a character of something between the maritime glaciers further west and the more continental ones in East-Jotunheimen.
The mass balance results of Storbreen are published anually in the series 'Glaciological Investigations in Norway'. (). Vegetation Succession on the Storbreen Glacier Foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway: A Review.
Arctic and Alpine Research: Vol. 19, Restoration and Vegetation Succession in Circumpolar Lands, pp. Cited by: Glaciers of Europe-GLACIERS OF NORWAY By GUNNAR ØSTREM and NILS HAAKENSEN SATELLITE IMAGE ATLAS OF GLACIERS OF THE WORLD Edited by RICHARD S.
WILLIAMS, Jr., Mass-balance diagram for the glacier Storbreen in Jotunheimen during the periodcombined with a line for the. Storbreen (8°35′E; 60°35′N), glacier number in the Inventory of Norwegian Glaciers (Andreassen and Winsvold, ), with an area of km 2, is one of the largest glaciers in western Jotunheimen, central southern Norway.
The glacier is located on the eastern slope of Smørstabbtindan massif draining towards by: Storbreen and Midtdalsbreen are located in southern Norway, km apart (Figs. 2 and 3). Storbreen is a valley glacier in the western part of the Jotunheimen mountain massif.
Midt-dalsbreen is an outlet glacier of Hardangerjøkulen, an ice cap situated at the north-western border of Cited by: Ground temperature variability on a glacier foreland, Storbreen, Jotunheimen, Norway Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography Microvariability in the early stages of cobble weathering by microenvironment on a glacier foreland, Storbreen, Jotunheimen, Norway Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Liestøl, O.
() Storbreen Glacier in Jotunheimen, Norway (NP Skrifter No. ), Norsk Polarinstitutt, Tromsø, Norway, 63 pp. Google Scholar Matthews, J.A. () ‘‘Little Ice Age’’ glacier variations in Jotunheimen, southern Norway: A study in regionally controlled lichenometric dating of recessional moraines with implications for.
MORAINES IN JOTUNHEIMEN, NORWAY: IMPLICATIONS FOR MORAINE CLASSIFICATION By D.M. VERE (Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge CB2 2PE, England) and DJ. BENN (Department of Geography and Geology, University of St.
Andrews, St. Andrews KYI6 9AL, Scotland) ABSTRACT. Four medial moraines on three glaciers in. Lichen Growth on an Active Medial Moraine, Jotunheimen, Norway Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Glaciology 12(65) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: John A.
Matthews.The rate at which an undifferentiated pile of geologic materials becomes organized into a soil is unknown in most environments. To this end, we examined soil development and chemical weathering trends on four dated Holocene moraines and on adjacent ‐yr‐old sites at Storbreen glacial foreland in Norway.The endolithic lichen Lecidea auriculata is known to enhance rock surface weathering on the Little Ice Age moraines of the glacier Storbreen in Jotunheimen, central southern Norway.
This study demonstrates the reduction in Schmidt hammer Rvalues that followed the rapid colonization by this lichen of pyroxene‐granulite boulders on terrain deglaciated over the last 88 by: