Noen isavsmeltningsfenomener i Østerdalen.
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Some features from the melting of the inland ice in Østerdalen: A few of the more large-scale features formed by melting water of the last ice sheet are described. The last part of the inland ice filled the valleys in the East Central Norway. In the valley of Østerdalen the highest point was, at a late stage, situated within the area of fig. 1. Ice-dammed lakes were formed, and various stages of the last lakes, visible as shore-lines at Atna are discussed. A lateral drainage channel, falling to the north and the Snippdalen channel, falling to the south, suggest \"4\" of fig. 1 as the most likely position for the water divide caused by the ice body in the valley. When this divide was lowered to 508 m, it was broken through.