Borsu surface

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The Borsu surface (Swedish: Borsuytan) is an erosion surface found as valley benches in the northern Scandinavian Mountains. The surface was first identified by Walter Wråk who published his findings in Ymer in 1908.[1]


  1. ^ Lidmar-Bergströrm, Karna (1996). "Long term morphotectonic evolution in Sweden". Geomorphology. Elsevier. 16: 33–59.
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