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The project has documented the existence of several previously unknown platinum group element (PGE) mineralizations in Norwegian ophiolites, of a type previously not well-documented anywhere, i.e. stratiform platinum- palladium-gold mineralization in ultramafic cumulates in ophiolites. PGE- bearing podiform chromitite and high level Ni-Cu sulphide mineralizations have also been studied.
... 27-38 Download  7,3 MB Rutile in eclogites as a mineral resource in the Sunnfjord Region, Western Norway. Are ... Page(s): 75-84 Download  5,3 MB Industrial mineral quality of limestone; the effect of contact metemorphism on textural ...
... highly relevant back-ground information for continued mineral processing trials in order to test the possibilities for making garnet ...
Primary and re-equilibrated mineral assemblages from the Sveconorwegian mafic intrusions of the Kongsberg ...
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.
... P. Kutyavin, Andrei V. Sochava Page(s): 24-25 Heavy mineral assemblages in the Neoproterozoic rocks of the Varanger Peninsula, ... B. Larsen, Mogens Marker Page(s): 34-35 Ilmenite mineral magnetism: implications for geophysical exploration for ilmenite ...
With contributions from: H. Henriksen, A. Lothe, E. Midtbø, A.K. Midtgård, S. Berg, K. Lyslo & E. Skurtveit. Summary: Lineaments can be regarded as zones in the crust with enhanced fracture intensity (fracture zones) which have a distinct architecture. They can be divided into two main types: fault zones or joint zones. These structures are found both in metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, and have some common characteristics.
... amfibolitt og er et økonomisk sett adskillig mer attraktivt mineral. Det er påvist forekomster av betydelig størrelse, men med ...
... eller at det forårsaker kvalitetsvariasjoner i mineral- produktet. I slike tilfeller vil det være viktig for bedriften å ha ...
The eclogite province of W.Norway is subdivided into 8 geographic regions. The three southernmost of these regions - Holsnøy, Dalsfjord and Førdefjord, are surrounded by large areas without known eclogites, while the regions from Nord-fjord and northwards form parts of a large eclogite province. The rutile content is generally 1-2%; 3-4% rutile or more occur within some eclogites in the Holsnøy (Hordaland), Dalsfjord and Førdefjord (both Sogn and Fjordane) regions.
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