The Norwegian mining and quarring industry had a turnover of approximately NOK 7 billion in 2001 and employed some 5200 workers. It is a major industry in some regions, and the most important counties are Nordland, Møre & Romsdal, Rogaland and Vestfold. The mining and quarring industry comprises companies engaged in extracting and processing minerals and rocks from bedrock or superficial deposits. Five categories of raw materials are distinguished: industrial minerals (e.g.
In june 2002, a helicpter geophysical survey was carried out over two areas at Valle, Setesdalen. The areas are named Rotemo and Rysstad-Straumfjord. The purpose of the surveys was to provide geophysical information for mineral exploration. The data were collected and processed by the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU).
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