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From the delta area near lake Mjøsa

Flakstadelva is a river in Hedmark, Norway. Its headwaters lie in the bog areas around Gråberget. From there it runs in a southerly direction and forms the Nybusjøen, which discharges into the Lundsbekken river. The river flows in a v-shaped valley which twists before its mouth on the Lundsbekken.[1] The river's erosion has exposed the lower Cambrian and middle Cambrian rock formations in that region.[2]


  1. ^ Puschmann, Oskar (December 1998). "The Norwegian landscape reference system - use of different sources as a base to describe landscape regions" (PDF). Inger Marie Larsen and Isobel Harrison (trans.). Norwegian Institute of Land Inventory. p. Appendix 1. 
  2. ^ Håvard, Guatneb; Ola.M., Sæther (2009). "A compilation ofpreviously published geochemical data on the lower Cambro-Silurian sedimentary sequence, inc\uding the alum shales in the Oslo region" (PDF). Geological Survey of Norway: 9. ISSN 0800-3416. 

Coordinates: 60°48′N 11°07′E / 60.800°N 11.117°E / 60.800; 11.117