2016), where the marginal facies of massive reefs of the Mjosa
Limestone are rich in Vermiporella, might indicate that the Puhmu section depicts more or less the same situation.
Phytoplankton can also be important as an initial food item for newly-hatched smelt larvae, as found in Norwegian Lake Mjosa by Naesje et al.
After a diatom bloom in Lake Mjosa in Norway, diatoms dominated in the diet of smelt in June, when external feeding began, and rotifers and juvenile copepods were consumed only randomly (Naesje et al.
Cruise through the narrow Naeroy Fjords, visiting beautiful island towns with distinctive architecture, then sail through Gudbrandsdal Valley to Lillehammer and the picturesque Lake Mjosa
, the county's largest lake.
In Baltoscandia, worm borings in Ordovician brachiopods have been recorded from the Mjosa
Limestone of southern Norway, although Trypanites (= Vermiforichnus) borings in brachiopods are very rare.
At Lillehammer, the river enters the long and dramatic lake Mjosa
, so the place is a key one in the development of the inner part of the country, the more so because the valley sides provide some of the best agricultural land in Norway.
The novel takes its title from a legend found in the medieval manuscript Hamarkroniken, according to which there used to be a sea serpent in Lake Mjosa
, on the shores of which Hamar is located.
In the summer, we swim or water-ski on Mjosa
, the largest lake in Norway.
The trans-Atlantic correlation of this excursion is consistent with the fact that in the Mjosa
region of Norway, it is associated with a conodont fauna strikingly similar to that present around the GICE interval in Kentucky (Bergstrom et al.
Xylabion helgoeyense (Nikolaisen, 1961) from the Mjosa
Limestone, Helgoya, Oslo Region, closely resembles sexermis and probably represents a junior synonym.
4) and in the [SIGMA] Mjosa
Formation, Lake Mjosa
area (Bergstrom et al.