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The unstable rock slope at Stampa (Aurland Municipality; Sogn og Fjordane), is among the largest unstable rock slopes in Norway. It has been investigated over more than a decade in detail and several scenarios have been defined for potential failure. One of those (scenario 3A, also called Joasetbergi) has recently been defined as a high risk site that requires continuous early warning.
This report describes 21 graphite occurrences in the Lofoten-Vesterålen area, including reviews of previous graphite investigations, the geological setting and analytical data related to analyses of graphite in the described occurrences. The graphite occurrences are situated in high-grad Archaean metamorphic rocks comprising quartzites, intermediate and mafic gneisses, iron formations, dolomites and graphite schist.
Geological and geophysical investigations in Vesterålen were carried out during 2015 and 2016 with additional funds from the Nordland County Administration. A first report (Gautneb, et al., 2017) emphasizes the geological aspects of the graphite prospecting (trenching, sampling, analyses, mineralogy and beneficiation tests). This report describes the results from ground geophysical mapping of graphite mineralisations at five locations in the Vesterålen area.
Som del av ORMEL-prosjektet ble det høsten 2015 utført 2D resistivitets- og georadar-undersøkelser ved Elverum sentrum og Ydalir. Målet med undersøkelsene er å kartlegge hvor mye grunnvann, og derav energi som kan hentes ut fra løsmasseakviferen i dette området. Området ved Ydalir og Elverum er en svært homogen glasifluvial og stedvis eolisk avsetning hovedsakelig bestående av sand.
The purpose of this report is to present the available data regarding the graphitic schists in the Gjerstad-Kragerø area and to make the data available for explorers and municipal land use planners. The graphite schists that occur southeast of Lake Vegard in the Gjerstad, Kragerø and Tvedestrand area have an average content of graphitic carbon of 2.77 %. Rocks from the abandoned Bjørnås mine have contents up to 33 %.
Trekantformede jordskred (også kalt ikke-kanalisert jordskred; Debris avalanche) er en skredtype som kjennetegnes ved at skredet starter i et punkt og utvider seg langs skredløpet til en stor bredde i dalbunnen. Dette bidrar til at slike skredhendelser kan bli svært ødeleggende for samfunnet. Trekantformede jordskred er ikke den vanligste skredtypen i Norge og er derfor lite beskrevet tidligere.
Norges geologiske undersøkelse ble høsten 2014 kontaktet av gullvaskerne Ove Jensen og Mattias Kristiansen angående nye funn av gullkorn, som veide opp til 17,1 g i løsmassene langs elva Gisna på grensen mellom Rennebu og Oppdal kommune i Sør-Trøndelag.
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 MiB
From Archaean to Proterozoic on Hardangervidda, south NorwayAnne Birkeland, Ellen M.O. Sigmond, Martin J.
The style of deformation in the Devonian rocks on Hitra and Smøla, Central Norway.Reidulv Bøe, Kuvvet Atakan, Brian A.
The Ordovician Grøndalsfjell Intrusive Complex: Central Scandinavian Caledonides: field relations, petrography and emplacementGurli B.
Geological setting of the Pb-Zn-Cu mineralization in the Mjønesfjell area Nordland, northern NorwayKent Grimm, Henrik StendalPage(s): 1-11
Sedimentology and lithostratigraphy of the tidal flat deposits of the Steinsfjorden Formation (Wenlock) of Ringerike, Southern Norway.Snorre OlaussenPage(s): 1-25Ages of metamorphic and deforma

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