Field Work / 05:03 / POSTED 13.04.15
A vibroseismic field study
Mols bjerge is an iconic landscape in Denmark. The general believe is that the hills was formed by the last ice age, which left large deposits and shaped the landscape.
However a group of scienteist from Aarhus University are now investigating another theory. A theory which would date the landscape back to an even older origin. The answer could come from a seismic investigation of the underground. We followed a group of students in the field and learned how they approached this theory.