North Estonian klint

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Statement[compiled: Alvar Soesoo, Avo Miidel].
ContributionsTallinna Tehnikaülikool. Geoloogia Instituut., Turun yliopisto. Dept. of Geology.
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2009/41090 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23207018M
ISBN 109789985983447
LC Control Number2008467197

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The Baltic Klint (Clint, Glint; Estonian: Balti klint, Russian: Балтийско-Ладожский уступ, Глинт) is an erosional limestone escarpment and cuesta on several islands of the Baltic Sea, in Estonia, in Leningrad Oblast of Russia and in the islands of Gotland and Öland of was featured on the reverse of the 50 krooni note of and on the krooni note of.

Book August Mass movements are often related to the North Estonian Klint - the middle part of the km long Baltic Klint. Since the basal part of the klint is dominated by Cambrian.

The North-Estonian Klint, cliffs and waterfalls. The North-Estonian Klint is the steep northern margin of the flat limestone plateau. It is one of the most picturesque natural monuments in Estonia, it is also one of the symbols of the Estonian nature. The coastal cliff on Pakri Cape. As supposed by A.

Mickwitz (), the North Estonian Klint was lifted up by a glacier arriving from the north across the Gulf of Finland and gliding along the surface of Cambrian sandstones. A Finnish geologist W.

Ramsay (–) suggested () that the escarpments of the Baltic Klint began to form app. 40 million years ago in Palaeogene.

The North Estonian Ordovician limestone plateau with the calcareous crest of the BK extends across the central Baltic Sea, whereas morphological changes/variations along the Klint base occur due to the east-westerly lithostratigraphic/thickness changes in the siliciclastic Cambrian by: 7.

The geological, geomorphological, stratigraphical, and palaeogeographical aspects of the North Estonian Klint have been discussed in many works (see references in Suuroja ).

Slope processes have received less attention, although these are widespread even in the seemingly stable eastern part of the klint. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract. Sequences of the Leetse Formation were studied in order to find out the conodont biozonation, grain-size distribution, and glauconite mineral properties and their variations along the North Estonian Klint.

On the basis of the conodont zonation of the Saka section, combined with earlier data, it was found. This book should give a wide-ranging overview of the North Estonian Klint as a nature monument symbolizing Estonian national identity, and not only from a geological-geographical point of view but also as a nature monument adding value to human living environment.

Rocks and land, forest and the sea, economy and settlement history, people and. The North Estonian Klint is like an open book that has recorded much of what happened in the region of the future Baltic Sea over nearly 90 million years (– million years ago).

Catastrophes that shocked the Earth, be they an invasion of the sea or ice, collisions of continental plates, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and meteorite. Forests growing on talus slopes of the North Estonian Klint were studied.

According to the soil-cover properties, the studied sites of the klint can he divided into six soil complexes. Eleven vegetation types were established: (1) Ulmus glabra—Fraxinus excelsior—Aegopodium podagraria, (2) Ulmus glabra—Alnus incana—Matteuccia struthiopteris, (3) Tilia cordata—Hepatica nobilis—Actea.

of the North-Estonian Klint is rather simple: the Cambrian and Ordovician clays, silts, argillites and sandstones cropping out in its lower part are overlain by Ordovician limestones and dolomites (Miidel ).

In addition to the North-Estonian Klint, numerous bedrock scarps are to be found in the western central part of the Estonian main. There are thousands of lakes and rivers in Estonia. North Estonian Klint is a part of The Baltic Klint extending km from the island of Öland in Sweden to Lake Ladoga in Russia.

It is a. NORTH ESTONIAN KLINT Estonia is rich in nature monuments. Moraine hillocks and deep, steep-sloped, ancient valleys in the Devonian sandstone are common in southern. The term klint (Swedish and Danish in origin) denotes a long, high cliff; particularly, along the Baltic Coast, a sea cliff formed by wave erosion (Gary, McAfee, and Wolf, ).

The North Estonian klint (escarpment) is a part of the Baltic klint remaining in the boundaries of Estonian S.S.R. (Tammekann, ).The Baltic klint begins south of Ladoga Lake, proceeds along the southern coast of.

Media in category "North Estonian Klint" The following 53 files are in this category, out of 53 total. Based on location, the c. km-long BK divides into three onshore sections (the Ingermanland, the North Estonian and the Öland) and the Baltic Sea Klint (BSK) section (Suuroja, ; Fig.

1).Compared to the mainland sections, particularly to the North Estonian Klint (NEK), the BSK is poorly studied; its nature and morphology, as well as connection to the onshore sections are. Ordovician, Estonia. INTRODUCTION The Lower Ordovician Leetse Formation is a glauconite-rich sandy rock body, easily distinguishable in sections along the entire North Estonian Klint and adjacent area, stratigraphically related to the Hunneberg and Billingen regional stages.

In the main part, the rocks of the Leetse Formation are represented by. The north-Estonian Baltic Klint boasts of 29 stunning waterfalls that allow you a glimpse into this magical land blessed with picture-postcard locations and breathtaking natural vistas.

Here’s our list of the best waterfalls in Estonia that will leave you in awe with their sheer beauty. 9 Best Waterfalls In Estonia. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Lower Ordovician Leetse Formation in the North Estonian Klint area. By Jüri Nemliher, Kaisa Mens and Viive Viira. Abstract. Sequences of the Leetse Formation were studied in order to find out the conodont biozonation, grain-size distribution, and glauconite mineral properties and their variations along the North Estonian Klint.

On the basis. Puura, I. North Estonian Klint on the Pakri Peninsula. In: Hints, O.; Ainsaar, L. (Ed.). WOGOGOB 8th Meeting of the Working Group on the Ordovician Geology of Baltoscandia: May, Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia: conference materials: abstracts and field guidebook (−).8th Meeting of the Working Group on the Ordovician Geology of Baltoscandia: Tallinn and.

The height of the North Estonian Klint varies, ascending generally from Along the southern shore of the Gulf of Fin- west to east and reaching the maximum relative land stretches a long and magnificent limestone height of 56 m at Ontika (Raukas ); after escarpment, the North-Estonian Klint, forming a that it gradually descends again.

Slope processes at the North Estonian Klint. Kirje Miidel, Avo; Raukas, Anto (). Slope processes at the North Estonian Klint.

Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology, 54 (4), − Publikatsiooni tüüp ajakirjaartikkel Autorid, kellel on ETISe konto.

The present study deals with lateral changes along the North Estonian Klint area, including conodont biozonation, grain size data, and glauconite mineralogy.

The aim of the study is to estimate the concurrent changes in order to clarify the character of sedimentation and its vertical and lateral variations during Hunneberg and Billingen time. North Estonian Klint. No description defined. Statements. part of. Baltic Klint. 0 references.

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About m south of the findspot, the klint bay is bordered by the steep North Estonian Klint. THREE BRONZE AXES WITH WOODEN HAFT REMAINS FROM ESTONIA/KOLM PUITVARREJAANUSTEGA PRONKSKIRVEST EESTIST of and discovered in an unknown findspot in Anatolia was one of the most outstanding antic catheters (9) (Figure 1).

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