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The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland

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The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland. / Feyling-Hanssen, Rolf W. ; Funder, Svend Visby; Petersen, Kaj Strand.

I: Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Bind 31, 1983, s. 81-106.

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Harvard

Feyling-Hanssen, RW, Funder, SV & Petersen, KS 1983, 'The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland', Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, bind 31, s. 81-106.

APA

Feyling-Hanssen, R. W., Funder, S. V., & Petersen, K. S. (1983). The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 31, 81-106.

Vancouver

Feyling-Hanssen RW, Funder SV, Petersen KS. The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark. 1983;31:81-106.

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Feyling-Hanssen, Rolf W. ; Funder, Svend Visby ; Petersen, Kaj Strand. / The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland. I: Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark. 1983 ; Bind 31. s. 81-106.

Bibtex

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T1 - The Lodin Elv Formation; a Plio-Pleistocene occurrence in Greenland

AU - Feyling-Hanssen, Rolf W.

AU - Funder, Svend Visby

AU - Petersen, Kaj Strand

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N2 - Greenland, is described and minted the Lodin El\' Formation. The sedimentary sequence consists of sorted sand and silt ovcrlain by diamicton containing erratic boulders. Both units contain ill siw molluscs and foraminiferal assemblages. The sediments occur as an erosional remnant of local distribution, covered by Holocene deltaic sand, and probably rest on JUrHssic shale. The thickness is c. 40 metres. The fomlation is dated faunistically by its foraminiferal faunas, which arc correlated with occurrences in the North Sea and on Baffin Island. The suggested age is supported by amino acid analyses of mollusc shells. The Lodin Elv Formation records the earliest known evidence of glaciation and arctic conditions in Greenland in post-Precambrian time.

AB - Greenland, is described and minted the Lodin El\' Formation. The sedimentary sequence consists of sorted sand and silt ovcrlain by diamicton containing erratic boulders. Both units contain ill siw molluscs and foraminiferal assemblages. The sediments occur as an erosional remnant of local distribution, covered by Holocene deltaic sand, and probably rest on JUrHssic shale. The thickness is c. 40 metres. The fomlation is dated faunistically by its foraminiferal faunas, which arc correlated with occurrences in the North Sea and on Baffin Island. The suggested age is supported by amino acid analyses of mollusc shells. The Lodin Elv Formation records the earliest known evidence of glaciation and arctic conditions in Greenland in post-Precambrian time.

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VL - 31

SP - 81

EP - 106

JO - Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark

JF - Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark

SN - 0011-6297

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