Johanna Anjar, Quaternary geologist


My name is Johanna Anjar and I am a Quaternary geologist. On this page I present some research projects I am, or have been, involved in and show photographs from the arctic.

On my research page I discuss the history of the Baltic Sea during the last ice age and the deglaciation of south Sweden. In "Photographies" I show photographs from Jan Mayen, Svalbard, Greenland and Siberia and under "CV" and "Publications" you can see some other things I have been doing.

If you want to get in contact with me you can reach me on e-mail:


October 2017: Moved to Bø in Telemark and began as a lecturer at University College of Southeast Norway.
January 2016: New photos from Jan Mayen and Finnmark.

Latest articles

Anjar, J., Larsen, N. K., Håkansson, L., Möller, P., Linge, H., Fabel, D. & Xu, S. 2013: A 10Be based reconstruction of the Fennoscandian ice sheet's deglaciation in southern Sweden. Boreas 43, 132-148.

Anjar, J., Adrielsson, L., Larsen, N. K., Möller, P. & Barth, K. 2014: Weichselian history of the Fennoscandian Ice Sheet in southern Sweden and the southwestern Baltic Basin. Boreas 43, 608-626.

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