Figure 3. The postglacial uplift cone of Fennoscandia (yellow) with a surrounding subsidence trough (blue). Isobases give uplift and subsidence in metres over the last 15 000 yr. At the time of deglaciation the rate of uplift peaked with values 10 times higher than that of plate tectonics. The vertical uplift was linked to horizontal extension in the radial and tangential directions.
Original source: Scientific paper provided by N.-A. Mörner. Published originally on July 24, 2013 in Pattern Recognition in Physics (PRP)
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|current||15:26, 29 November 2013||1,033x909 (154 KB)||Falk||figure 3 - part of Patterns in seismology and palaeoseismology, and their application in long-term hazard assessments - the Swedish case in view of nuclear waste management. '''Figure 3.''' The postglacial uplift cone of Fennoscandia (yellow) with...|