A proposed deglaciation chronology for the Trondheimsfjord area, Central Norway.
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Radiocarbon datings of the deglaciation of the Trondheimsfjord area strongly suggest that the coastal areas and the outer part of the fjord were deglaciated before 11000 B.P. During early Younger Dryas the inland ice advanced to the Tautra Moraines (10800-10500 B.P.). Further inland the Hoklingen Moraines (10300-10100 B.P.) and the Vuku Moraines (c. 9800 P.B.) were deposited during marked glacial advances. Other ice-marginal deposits are mostly dependent on local topography. Brief comments are given on the shoreline displacement during the deglaciation.