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Quantitative hydrocarbon potential mapping and organofacies study in the Greater Balder Area, Norwegian North Sea
(The Geological Society, London, 2005)
Strandforskyving og isavsmelting i midtre Hardanger
(The University of Bergen, 2005)
A new Holocene relative sea-level (RSL) curve is drawn, based on three firmly dated isolation basins in mid-Hardangerfjorden, southwest Norway. Several AMS-datings of Betula leaves from each isolation contact yielded very ...
Down-dip correlation and modelling of shallow-marine and estuarine deposits in the Sunnyside Member, Book Cliffs, Eastern Utah: implications for the formation of non-depositional discontinuity surfaces
(The University of Bergen, 2005-11)
The Sunnyside Member is part of the Blackhawk Formation and consists of shallow-marine and estuarine deposits reflecting high-frequency changes in sea level. Detailed mapping of the unit reveals an intra parasequence ...
Evidence for three North Sea tsunamis at the Shetland Islands between 8000 and 1500 years ago
(Elsevier Ltd., 2005-08)
Coastal fen- and lake deposits enclose sand layers that record at least three Holocene tsunamis at the Shetland Islands. The oldest is the well-known Storegga tsunami (ca 8100 cal yr BP), which at the Shetlands invaded ...