NJG68-1-02
1988
Formation of saw-toothed moraines in front of the Bødalsbreen glacier, western Norway
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Several large end moraines with a distinct 'saw-tooth' form were deposited in front of the Bødalsbreen glacier during the Little lee Age. It is concluded that the marginal moraines were formed by material being pushed into ridges during glacier advances. The saw-toothed shape of the terminal moraines is caused by the local topography of Bødalen.

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