New book on the Norwegian sea floor
The Demarcation Line Treaty with Russia opened up new areas of ocean for geological mapping. The new results from the Barents Sea - and also the Norwegian Sea - are presented in the MAREANO programme’s updated book on the Norwegian sea floor.
New biotope map for the Barents Sea
The new map “Biotopes of the Barents Sea” has been web-published on www.ngu.no and www.mareano.no.
7th International Conference on Arctic Margins - ICAM 2015
Welcome to Trondheim 2nd-5th June.
NGU into the future
Through 157 years we have gained knowledge of the Norwegian nature. The landscape tells the story, our geologists refines it. Through the past, we understand the future. We contribute to good decisions to benefit society.
Mineral Resources in North Norway (MINN) is a programme for geophysical mapping in northern Norway and part of a recently initiated Norwegian governmental strategy for developing the mineral industry in Norway.
In the Nordland County area of Norway, is an area where there is a lot of movement in the earth’s crust.
MAREANO maps the bathymetry, seafloor conditions, biodiversity, geodiversity and sedimentary contamination along the Norwegian coast and sea areas.
The Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate (CAGE) conducts research on gas hydrates in arctic areas, and how they may affect ocean environments and the future of the global climate.
The project "Risk and Vulnerability Assessment for rock avalanches in Sogn og Fjordane" has the goal of systematically mapping all unstable rock slopes in Sogn og Fjordane county.