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Fjeld

 

a type of mountain massif on the Scandinavian Peninsula that bears evidence of preglacial planation and of exaration. The surface of the fjelds consists of gently sloping uplands, covered with tundra vegetation and glaciers, that alternate with depressions containing numerous lakes and swamps.

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By comparison, [phrase omitted] 'low mountain, hill' ([phrase omitted] 45); 'mountain, steep slope' (K 18), [phrase omitted] 'mountain, knoll, hill' (AH 296); 'hillock, rise' ([phrase omitted] 349); 'mountain, knoll, hill' (K 92); [phrase omitted] 'hillock, little hill, hump, ravine' ([phrase omitted] 124); [phrase omitted] 'mountain, forest-covered mountain, forest-covered flat mountain' (IT 721); [phrase omitted] 'hillock fjeld' (AH 209); [phrase omitted] '(tundra) bald peak' ([phrase omitted] 244).
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However, studies with methylmercury (MeHg) have shown that poisoning causes behavioral changes that correspond in topography to the fish responses to predators (Smith & Weis, 1997), feeding behavior (Fjeld, Haugen, & Vollestad, 1998), as well as the anxiety responses of rats and fishes of the Danio rerio species (Gouveia et al., 2003).