veebruaril 1919 Misso moisas Vorumaal, kus hukati 20 Vastseliina ja Haanja
vallas pantvangideks voetud taluperemeest.
In the Haanja
Uplands, the extensive retreating of forests and the spread of rye cultivation similarly began in about the middle of the first millennium: in the surroundings of Lake Kulajarv at Plaani in about AD 500, and around Lake Verijarv in AD 700 (Niinemets 2008, 66).
The highest annual number of TDs, as well as of SCTDs, and their highest annual duration were registered at the Voru station, situated in southeastern Estonia in a primeval valley between the Haanja
and Otepaa uplands.
The till-covered plain of the Estonian part of the catchment is higher in the south-west and north-west due to the presence of uplands (Pandivere, Haanja
, Otepaa, and Sakala) (Iital et al.
Everything is confusing and [the teachers think] that we are grown-ups, but we are not (Pupils, Haanja
School, same basic school).
The maximal amplitudes of absolute heights of the bedrock surface are close to those of the modern topography, being lowest in the ancient valleys (Harku valley -145 m) and highest in the Haanja
Heights (+166 m).
Since the beginning of research into the deglaciation history of Estonia, the Haanja
Stade has always been considered the oldest Late Weichselian stadial on Estonian territory.
Holocene vegetation and climatic change on the Haanja
Heights, SE Estonia.
Well-expressed ridge topography is quite frequent also in Estonia, particularly outside the aforementioned esker distribution area, for example a dense pattern of subparallel sand ridges in the Karula glacial complex, southern Estonia (Karukapp 1974) and Kisejarve irregular net of ridges in the central lobe depression of the Haanja
glacial accumulative heights (Karukapp 1997).
These formations, named Haanja
, Otepaa, Sakala, Pandivere, and Palivere by A.
The authors conclude that at least parts of the Haanja
Heights were ice-free by 14 000 cal yr BP and there was a clear short-lived warming episode centred to 13 800 cal yr BP.
The ice-shed line (Karukapp 2004) amid the glacier flows of the Gulf of Riga (Baltic ice stream complex) and Lake Peipsi-Pskov, starting between the junction of Salpausselka end moraine arcs in the north (Lundqvist 1987) and running along the Pandivere Upland, and the Otepaa and Haanja
Heights and the Latgale Upland consecutively in the south, delimits a narrow NW-SE-trending area of a possibly thinner and inactive glacier that may have been more vulnerable to the Belling-Allered warming (GI-1; Lowe et al.