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The Jan Mayen microcontinent is a small, unique, crustal entity that was separated from the Norwegian and Greenland margins by two distinct rifting events. Seafloor spreading along the Aegir Ridge separated Jan Mayen (together with Greenland) from Norway by ca. 54 Ma. Cessation of seafloor spreading on the Aegir Ridge at ca. 30 Ma was more or less simultaneous with the onset of extension along the Kolbeinsey Ridge between Jan Mayen and Greenland. Break-up along the Kolbeinsey Ridge by ca.
This report presents maps of sedimentary environments and seabed sediments (genesis) in the Nordland VI management area off northern Norway. The maps, which cover about 25 000 km² and water depths from 60 m to 2700 m, are based on multibeam echosounder data (bathymetry and backscatter), 215 video lines each 700 m long, seabed sediment samples from 40 stations (grab, boxcore and multicore) and 5500 km of sub-bottom profiler data.
NGU utførte i 2007 georadarmålinger i Troms i forbindelse med løsmasseundersøkelser ved to lokaliteter ved Skibotn i Storfjord kommune og ved lokalitetene Brandmoen og Mortenelva i Målselv kommune. Målingene omfatter totalt 8 profiler med samlet lengde 4703 m.
As a part of the MINN project (Minerals in Northern Norway) a helicopter-borne geophysical survey were performed at Senja in 2012 – 2014. Electromagnetic data from this survey showed up anomalies that could be caused by large graphite mineralisations. Geophysical and geological follow-up work was carried out at three locations in 2016, Hesten, Vardfjellet and Grunnvåg, with additional funds from the Troms County administration.
The landscape story told on this map is the result of geology, geomorphology and climate driven processes in high arctic Svalbard. The map informs about the landscape we see today and also gives information about hazards and challenges we face when traveling in it.
Fordelingen av løsmasser og landskapsformer forteller om de dannelsesprosesser som skjer og har skjedd tidligere i landskapet, og kartet er nyttig for å forstå endringer i miljøet over tid, og hva en bør tenke på ved ferdsel gjennom landskapet.
Middle and Late Pleistocene stratigraphy, chronology and glacial history in Finnmark, North Norway.Lars Olsen, Vagn Mejdahl, Synøve F.
Caledonian structural evolution and tectonostratigraphy in the Rombak - Sjangeli Window and its covering sequences, northern Scandinavian CaledonidesGerhard BaxPage(s): 87-104
Subduction-related volcanism in the Gula Nappe, southeastern Trondheim Nappe Complex, Central NorwayElizabeth A.
Neotectonics in the Ranafjorden area, northern NorwayOdleiv Olesen, Svein Gjelle, Herbert Henkel, Tor Arne Karlsen, Lars Olsen, Terje SkogsethPage(s): 5-8
Tectonometamorphic evolution of the allochthonous caledonian rocks between Malangen and Balsfjord, Troms, North norwaySteffen G.
Distribution of rock fragments, grain size and chemical elements of tills in the Lake Mjøsa area, eastern NorwayBjørn A.
A buried late MIS 3 shoreline in northern Norway - implications for ice extent and volumeLars OlsenPage(s): 1-14Download
Groundwater transit times in a small coastal aquifer at Esebotn, Sogn og Fjordane, western NorwayHelge Henriksen, Noralf Rye, Oddmund SoldalPage(s): 5-17
Field relations and geochemical evolution of the Gothian rocks in the Kvamsøy area, southern Western Gneiss Complex, NorwayØyvind SkårPage(s): 5-23
Upper Cambrian and lower Tremadoc olenid trilobites from the Digermul peninsula, Finnmark, northern Norway.Frank NikolaisenPage(s): 1-49Coastal caves and their relation to early postglacial shore levels
Groundwater contribution to a mountain stream channel, Hedmark, NorwaySylvi Haldorsen, Jens-Olaf Englund, Per Jørgensen, Lars A.
Radiocarbon dates from the mountain area northeast of Årdal, southern Norway, evidence for a Preboreal deglaciation.Atle Nesje, Noralf RyePage(s): 1-7
Glacial geology of Middle and Inner Nordfjord, western Norway.Olav W. FarethPage(s): 1-55
New data on Upper Ordovician conodonts from theTrondheim Region, Central Norwegian CaledonidesT.
Timing of late- to post-tectonic Sveconorwegian granitic magmatism in South Norway.Tom Andersen, Arild Andresen, Arthur G.
Primary and re-equilibrated mineral assemblages from the Sveconorwegian mafic intrusions of the Kongsberg and Bamble areas, Norway.John D. Brickwood, James W.
Geology and structural evolution of the Precambrian rocks of the Oslofjord - Øyeren area, Southeast Norway.Ole GraversenPage(s): 1-50 + ka
The conglomerates of the Sel Group, Otta-Vågå area, Central Norway: an example of a terrrane-linking successionR. Bøe, B.A. Sturt, D.M.
Aeromagnetic and gravimetric interpretation of regional structural features in the Caledonides of West Finnmark and North Troms, Northern Norway.Odleiv Olesen, David Roberts, Herbert Henkel, Ole Bernt Lile, Trond H.
Tectonostratigraphy and tectonic evolution of the Skånland area, North Norway.Mark G.
High-temperature ultramafic complexes in the North Norwegian Caledonides: I - Regional setting and field relationships.M.C. Bennett, S.R. Emblin, B.
Geological note: Petrophysical and thermal properties of pre-Devonian basement rocks on the Norwegian continental marginTrond Slagstad, Cécile Barrére, Børre Davidsen, Randi K.
Regional geophysics of the Central Norwegian Caledonides.Fredrik Chr. WolffPage(s): 1-27Determination of density of rocks: a comparison of various methods of calculation.Fredrik Chr.
Tectonostratigraphy in the Velfjord-Tosen region, southwestern part of the Helgeland Nappe Complex, Central Norwegian Caledonides.Terje Thorsnes, Helge LøsethSide(r): 1-18
Late Proterozoic (Vendian) to Early Cambrian sedimentation in the Hedmark Group, south-western part of the Sparagmite Region, southern NorwayTom DreyerPage(s): 1-27
Sedimentology of the Upper Proterozoic glacial record, Vestertana Group, Finnmark, North Norway.Marc B. EdwardsPage(s): 1-76
Melt-mineral-fluid interaction in peralkaline silicic intrusions in the Oslo Rift, Southeast Norway. I. Distribution of elements in the Eikeren ekerite.E.R. Neumann, T. Andersen, T.H.
Quaternary geology of Jæren and adjacent areas, southwestern NorwayBjørn G. Andersen, Ole P. Wangen, Svein R. ØstmoPage(s): 1-55
Lithostratigraphy and correlation of the Archean and Early Proterozoic rocks of Finnmarksvidda and Sørvaranger district.Anna Siedlecka, Edvard Iversen, Allan KrillPage(s): 7-36
A U-Pb zircon, Archaean age for granitoid rocks in the Kunes Nappe, Laksefjord Nappe Complex, Finnmark, North NorwayDavid Roberts, L.
Upper Palaeozoic lithostratigraphy of the Southern part of the Norwegian Barents SeaGeir B. Larssen, Geir Elvebakk, Leif B. Henriksen, Stein-E. Kristensen, Inger Nilsson, Tommy J. Samuelsberg, Tore A.
The Caravarri Formation of the Kaukokeino Greenstone Belt, Finnmark, North Norway: a Palaeoproterozoic foreland basin succession.Tore Torske, Steffen G.
Industrian minerals - towards a future growthTor-Arne Karlsen, Brian SturtPage(s): 7-14Download  3,7 MB
From Archaean to Proterozoic on Hardangervidda, south NorwayAnne Birkeland, Ellen M.O. Sigmond, Martin J.

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