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Remote Sens., Volume 11, Issue 16 (August-2 2019) – 119 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The harbours in the Norse colonies of the North Atlantic were generally simple landing places. To [...] Read more. The harbours in the Norse colonies of the North Atlantic were generally simple landing places. To understand such a harbour, coastline changes need to be taken into account. The Norse settlement of Garðar was the seat of the Greenlandic bishopric. We present the results of a marine geophysical survey at Garðar comprising sidescan sonar and reflection seismic data. The results show that the rise in sea level since the beginning of the settlement has resulted in a changed coastline, including the change of a small peninsula to an island. This peninsula played a central role in the harbour. It had a stone building at its eastern end, for storage, and it provided a sheltered mooring place for ships. View this paper.