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This book is the first ever compilation of mineral deposits and metallogenic areas in Fennoscandia. It describes the major metal deposits and all the 168 metallogenic domains defined in Norway, Sweden, Finland and NW Russia.
The spectacular monuments and cities of the ancient Near East are testament to an industrial past where large-scale stone procurement remains unequalled.
Under den siste istid var det kaldt, veldig kaldt, i Norge. Landskapet må ha liknet det på Grønland. En stor iskappe dekket innlandet, og Trondheimsfjorden strakk seg helt til Jonsvannet, Klæbu og Selbusjøen, hvor hav møtte is.
Presise og entydige definisjoner av sprekker i fjell har både praktisk og økonomisk betydning for store konstruksjonsarbeider, for grunnvann og grunnvarme, og for forekomster av naturstein og pukk.
Increasing urbanisation challenges the sustainability and resilience of cit-ies world-wide. At the same time, often overlooked are the resources and opportunities in the ground beneath cities.
Anortosittprovinsen i Rogaland er, som navnet antyder, kjent for sine store forekomster av bergarten anortositt. Området er lite overdekket med løsmasser, slik at berggrunnen er synlig over nesten hele provinsen.
The geology of the region, which still today represents exploration frontiers, is illustrated by a series of geophysical and paleogeographic maps, which are based on the integrated knowledge from Russian and Norwegian institutions.
All available information on the most important metal- and diamond deposits in the Arctic has been assembled in a book (accompanied by a map) and in a database.
A compilation of the present knowledge of the Quaternary geology of Norway. About the landscape development, the glacial history, the record of deposits during the last 300,000 years, and the neotectonics in Norway and adjacent areas
This volume of NGU Special Publication presents some of the ongoing research at the Geological Survey of Norway and shows how geology and geological knowledge influence many areas of society.