NGU maps Norway's geology
... and spreads knowledge about it
NE Atlantic Ocean can hide a sunken continent
"Icelandia" – Is Iceland the tip of a vast, sunken continent? New theory could revolutionise geological thinking.
Sand’s urban role demands key part on sustainability stage
Islands disappear. Criminal syndicates rises to power. Large cities will be built. What connects all this is sand.
Special Publication about Svalbard
NGU has published a Special Publication about the architecture of Svalbard's Devonian basins and the Svalbardian Orogenic Event.
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).
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.