The river mouth of Adventelva is a so-called estuary, influenced by tides and waves, where sweetwater and saltwater mix only slowly and over a large area. There is no sharp boundary between land and sea, between river and fjord. Instead, there is a large, very shallow area, that falls partly Read more [...]
The increase and loss of continental-scale ice volume during the Pleistocene left indirect, but nevertheless quite obvious traces in the landscape. Being well beyond a thousand metres thick, the ice sheet was able to press the crust down by up to almost two hundred metres.