Pleistocene tunnel valleys in the North Sea Basin

Mads Huuse, Thomas B. Kristensen

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    Abstract

    Tunnel valleys were first described over a century ago from the glaciated lowlands of northern Europe (Jentzsch 1884). Landforms described as tunnel valleys constitute open, partially or fully buried palaeo-landforms. Over the past 40 years the proliferation of geophysical surveys has allowed almost complete mapping of tunnel valleys across the North Sea Basin (Huuse & Lykke-Andersen 2000; Van der Vegt et al. 2012). In the central and southern North Sea, 3D seismic surveys completely image tunnel valley systems at a resolution of tens of metres (Fig. 1) (Praeg 1996; Stewart et al. 2013; Moreau & Huuse 2014).
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAtlas of Submarine Glacial Landforms: Modern, Quaternary and Ancient
    EditorsJ. A. Dowdeswell, M. Canals, M. Jakobsson, B.J. Todd, E.K. Dowdeswell
    Place of PublicationBath
    PublisherGeological Society
    Pages207-208
    ISBN (Print)9781786202680
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Dec 2016

    Publication series

    NameMemoirs
    PublisherGeological Society, London
    Volume46
    ISSN (Print)0435-4052

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