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An analysis of the glacial features on the narrow submarine continental shelf in Troms suggests that the Würm ice sheet covered the shelf. Large submarine end-moraine ridges on the outer part of the shelf represent the Egga substages that probably correspond to most of the classical Würm. Relatively large end and lateral moraines near the mouths of many fiords represent the Skarpnes substage, which is probably Oldest Dryas in age. The Tromsö-Lyngen moraines that lie 8–10 km inside the Skarpnes moraines are the most dominant end and lateral moraines in Troms. Emerged sandur deltas of the same age grade into...

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