The Nanortalik-Kap Farvel area in southernmost Greenland



Birds eye view from a helicopter




A high-situated lake (N5) containing a complete Holocene record




Sling load with coring equipment on one of the mountain lakes




The first secure pre-Holocene lacustrine record (N14) found in Greenland in April 1999 on the

island of Angissoq. The lowermost 8 cm are marine, after which the lake became isolated at

ca 13,800 cal yr BP.The sediments on the photo cover the time span between

ca 14,000-11,000 cal yr BP.



Some pictures from Greenland glaciers



A “late-glacial” landscape in front of the Greenland Ice Sheet




A calving ice front on Greenland