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Solid Earth, 7, 509-527, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/se-7-509-2016
© Author(s) 2016. This work is distributed under
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Research article
06 Apr 2016
Post-glacial reactivation of the Bollnäs fault, central Sweden – a multidisciplinary geophysical investigation
Alireza Malehmir et al.
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Glacially induced intraplate faults are conspicuous and confined to northern parts of Fennoscandia. Here we report a multidisciplinary geophysical investigation delineating the newly inferred lidar imagery data from the Bollnäs post-glacial fault in central Sweden. The geophysical data consistently support the presence of a fault in the crystalline basement associated with an earlier structure, possibly a deformation zone that reactive after the Weichselian deglaciation.
Glacially induced intraplate faults are conspicuous and confined to northern parts of...
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