Ice Age Norway deals with how the ice ages formed Norwegian landscapes and how scientists have through the years unravelled the sequence of events. Norwegian fjords, alpine mountains, skjaergaards and lakes are very much the result of glacial activity. The country's natural environment is a continuous record of glacier-moulded landscapes which exert a great influence on the contingency of human activity. The book contains copious colour photos and illustrations. Written as an introduction to Norway's Ice Age history for students at the university and college level, this book will also be appealing to anyone interested in learning more about the Norwegian natural landscape.
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