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Map explanation: NGU Report 2004.007
The Geological Survey of Norway is in the process of compiling an inventory of hard rock aggregate deposits in coastal Norway. This report contains a catalogue of Norwegian coastal quarries presently in production, as well as potential production areas along the coast of southern Norway. 10 million tonnes of aggregates were exported to Europe in 2003, of which about 2 million tonnes was used by the offshore oil and gas industry on the continental shelf.
Forkortet The sedimentary sequence in the subsurface of the Beitstadfjord (Mid-Norway) has been assessed with regard to its suitablility for long-term storage of CO2. This study is part of the EU-funded CO2STORE project and was stimulated by the geographical proximity of the Beitstadfjord Basin to a planned power plant in Skogn where CO2 may be captured from the flue gas stream.
Frie emneord: Urban geology ; Subsidence ; Interferometry Timely identification of subsidence is important in order to ensure that remediation efforts are successful. Even if subsidence cannot be prevented or stopped, it must be accounted for in new construction planning. Identification and monitoring of ground deformation can be accomplished using a number of surveying techniques. Levelling and GPS are both expensive and the number of benchmarks that can be controlled is limited.
Etter krigen ble det dumpa fleire (>30) skip fullasta av ammunisjon/kjemiske våpen i Skagerarrak. FFI lokaliserte 15 vrak ved hjelp av sidesøkende sonar i 1989 og inspiserte fem av ei med ROV. I 2002 blei fire av desse vraka inspiserte på nytt. Posisjonen til dei resterande vraka er ukjent. Siden vraka representerer ein miljøtrussel er det viktig å halde oppsikt med dei og treffe tiltak som kan avgrense trusselen.
Timely identification of subsidence is important in order to ensure that remediation efforts are successful. Even if subsidence cannot be prevented or stopped, it must be accounted for in new construction planning. Identification and monitoring of ground deformation can be accomplished using a number of surveying techniques. Levelling and GPS are both expensive and the number of benchmarks that can be controlled is limited.
Timely identification of subsidence is important in order to ensure that remediation efforts are successful. Even if subsidence cannot be prevented or stopped, it must be accounted for in new construction planning. Identification and monitoring of ground deformation can be accomplished using, a number of surveying techniques. Levelling and GPS are both expensive and the number of benchmarks that can be controlled is limited.