Groundwater transit times in a small coastal aquifer at Esebotn, Sogn og Fjordane, western NorwayHelge Henriksen, Noralf Rye, Oddmund SoldalPage(s): 5-17
Primary and re-equilibrated mineral assemblages from the Sveconorwegian mafic intrusions of the Kongsberg and Bamble areas, Norway.John D. Brickwood, James W.
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.
Titanium ores: An introduction to a review of titaniferous magnetite, ilmenite and rutile deposits in NorwayAre Korneliussen, H.P. Geis, E. Gierth, H. Krause, B. Robins, W.
Geodynamic modelling of the present crustal uplift indicates that the uplift of western Norway and northern Norway is partly due to other mechanisms that the glacioisostatic rebound. We have also deduced a new model based on the 'seismic pumping' mechanism to explain the observed correlation between land uplift and groundwater yield in Norway.
Bedrock geology of the Altevatn-Måskanvarri area, Indre Troms, northern Scandinavian Caledonides.Lars Kristian StølenPage(s): 5-23
The Geological Survey of Norway and the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate established the TWIN Project (Tropical Weathering In Norway) in 2009 to improve the understanding of deep weathering on mainland Norway as well as offshore. All known reports of deep weathering in Norway have been reviewed and registered in a GIS database.