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The Barents Sea ice shelf -- a model of its growth and decay during the last ice maximum / Anders Elverhøi, Willy Fjeldskaar, Anders Solheim, Mona Nyland-Berg, Lars Russwurm.

Title: The Barents Sea ice shelf -- a model of its growth and decay during the last ice maximum / Anders Elverhøi, Willy Fjeldskaar, Anders Solheim, Mona Nyland-Berg, Lars Russwurm.
Author(s): Elverhøi, Anders.
Fjeldskaar, Willy.
Solheim, Anders.
Nyland-Berg, Mona.
Russwurm, Lars.
Date: 1993.
In: Quaternary Science Reviews. (1993.), Vol. 12(10) (1993)
Abstract: Suggests entire Barents Sea was covered by grounded ice during last glacial maximum. ¹⁴C dates on shells embedded in tills indicate marine conditions as late as 22 ka BP, and models of deglaciation history based on uplift data from north Norwegian coast suggest that significant parts of Barents Sea ice sheet calved off as early as 15 ka BP. Growth of ice sheet is related to glacioeustatic fall and exposure of shallow banks in central Barents Sea, where ice caps may develop and expand to coalesce with expanding ice masses from Svalbard and Fennoscandia. Outlined model for growth and decay of ice sheet suggests system which developed and existed during periods of maximum climatic deterioration, and where its growth and decay were strongly related to fall and rise of sea level.
Notes:

Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 12(10) :863-873 (1993).

Keywords: 551.336 -- Ice ages.
551.791 -- Pleistocene.
519.673 -- Modelling.
E7 -- Glaciology: glacial geology and ice ages.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(*686) -- Barents Sea.
SPRI record no.: 126597

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