Most of NGUs employees are now working from home
Most of NGUs 200 employees have since march 12th been working from home to limit the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Predicting future sea-level
NGU geoscientists will use the past sea-level changes along the Norwegian coast to forecast future sea-level changes in the coming centuries.
Exposing geology in the city
"It is important to be aware the geological features of our urban, day-to-day landscape, where we spend most of our time", explains the project manager.
Norway`s oldest rock found
– Fantastic that we have finally confirmed that rocks this old can be found in Norway. But, we can probably find even older rocks, suggest geologists Trond Slagstad and Harald Hansen.
Tackling the challenges of the green shift with mining
Read how the Raw Material Week in Brussels provided more evidence that Europe is the main driving force for a global green shift.
The geology of my municipality
Explore geographical maps in your municipality
"NORCRUST - Norwegian margin fluid systems and methane derived carbonate crusts" is a collaborative project lead by the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU), funded by The Research Council of Norway's (NFR) PETROMAKS 2 programme.
All available information on the most important metal- and diamond deposits in the Arctic, north of 60oN, has been assembled and made accessible. The Geological Survey of Norway has led the project which has involved eight countries in the Artic.
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.