Noen glasifluviale isrand-avsetninger i den sydlige del av Glomma- vassdragets (nåværende) dreneringsområde. Med en del berggeologisk-morfologiske data fra de nordlige Øyeren-traktene.
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The present paper represents more or less a continuation of the writer's publication from 1924, which mainly dealt with the northern Romerike district of southeastern Norway, from Jessheim to Lake MjThe present paper represents more or less a continuation of the writer's publication from 1924, which mainly dealt with the northern Romerike district of southeastern Norway, from Jessheim to Lake Mjøsa. Descriptions and illustrations are given of a number of the more southern glacio-fluvial deposits within the present drainage area of the Glomma river system, from the \"Mona\" deposit (far to the south) to the Berger terrace in the north. The following types of deposits have been met with. The impressive transverse gravel and sand mass of \"Mona\", ridge-like but with a narrow platean top. This deposit has been built up to sea-level across a rock depression which is parallel to the dominating structural trend (N-S to NNW-SSE). The Steinsrud - Tunnerudmoen deposits, the material of which has been (probably largely sub-glacially) brought down to the old Øyeren fjord from the highly dissected rocky area to the north and northeast. The Lystadmoen and Asakmoen deposits, typical delta terraces, with material transported from deeper levels in narrow rock channels parallel to the main structural trend.