Neotectonic Movements

Neotectonic Movements

 

tectonic movements that occurred during the Neogene and Anthropogenic periods of the geologic history of the earth. The principal features of the present relief were formed as a result of these movements.

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Geological data on neotectonic movements of the Earth's crust in the Estonian S.
Rahni explained the genesis of eskers with direct influence of Late-Glacial tectonic movements on the bedrock-glacier association and suggested block-wise neotectonic movements with their amplitudes reaching tens of metres.
The existence of subglacial tectonic faults and valleys, which coincided with the glacier flow direction, but esker formation was not a direct result of the Late-Glacial neotectonic movement in the glacial-subglacial environment.