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Submitted as: data description paper 14 Oct 2019

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Lake and mire isolation data set for the estimation of post-glacial land uplift in Fennoscandia

Jari Pohjola, Jari Turunen, and Tarmo Lipping Jari Pohjola et al.
  • Tampere University, Pohjoisranta 11 A, Pori, Finland

Abstract. Postglacial land uplift is a complex process related to the continental ice retreat that took place about 10,000 years ago and thus started the viscoelastic response of the Earth's crust to rebound back to it's equilibrium state. To empirically model the land uplift process based on past behavior of shoreline displacement, data points of known spatial location, elevation and dating are needed. Such data can be obtained by studying the isolation of lakes and mires from the sea. Archaeological data on human settlements (i.e., human remains, fireplaces etc.) are also very useful as the settlements were indeed situated on dry land and were often located close to the coast. This information can be used to validate and update the postglacial land uplift model. In this paper, a collection of data underlying empirical land uplift modeling in Fennoscandia is presented. The data set is available at https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.905352 (Pohjola et al. 2019).

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When modeling the land uplift process, there is a need for historical data where their datings, elevation and consequently their spatial data are connected to the shore level at that time. In addition, the human remains, such as fireplaces and settlements are located above the seawater level in Fennoscandia. This information can be used to validate and update the post-glacial land uplift model. In this paper, a collection of data consisting of geological and archaeological datasets is presented.
When modeling the land uplift process, there is a need for historical data where their datings,...
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