Sognefjord, Located in Norway was formed when a glacier retreated, after carving its typical U-shaped valley, and the sea filled the resulting valley floor.
The Sognefjord was had lots of Chemical and Weathering, that was caused from frost decay, high altitudes, and freeze-thaw cycles where water seeps into the joints or cracks, freezes, and expands causing landslides, rockfalls, avalanches, and earth flows. The climate in Sognefjord in the summer is typically good for farming, running, biking, and in the winter the climate is not good for farming, but it is good for, skiing, snowboarding, and ice fishing. Sognefjord is located in South-West Norway, and was formed when a glacier was retreating after carving its typical U-shaped valley, and the ocean poured into where the glacier was and then eroded out parts around the fjord and there it stands today, the Sognefjord. The Sognefjord predates the Quaternary glaciations. An estimate of 7610 km3 of rock has been eroded from the Sognefjord drainage basin since the Paleic surface formed. A drainage basin is any area of land where precipitation collects and drains off into a common outlet, such as into a river, bay, or another body of water.
. The climate around the Sognefjord is typically around 64? (18?) which offers lots of farming, running, biking, etc. There is a lot of rain that comes down in Western Norway and it can cause the water levels to come up and cause flooding. The jobs in Norway, are very similar to the U.
S. The average growing Season in Norway is about 159 days, so a little bit longer than New Hampshire. During the winter the average temperature is around 27°F (-3°C). So temperatures are somewhat close to New Hampshire. In the winter you can not farm, but you can ski, snowboard, ice skate, and you can go ice fishing too! Since the Sognefjord is moving water, it doesn’t freeze during the Winter. The Sognefjord is a similar place to the U.
S., because of the Temperatures and the jobs. There has been a lot of Erosion at the Sognefjord, because it has been around for so long. The Sognefjord, and its surroundings have been around for a long time, especially the Sognefjord. The Sognefjord is located South-West Norway, and is a sight to behold!