1 edition of Caledonian geology of northern Norway found in the catalog.
Caledonian geology of northern Norway
|Statement||[Edited by David Roberts and Magne Gustavson]|
|Series||Norges geologiske undersøkelse,, nr. 269, Norges geologiske undersøkelse (Series) ;, nr. 269.|
|Contributions||Roberts, David, 1938- ed., Gustavson, Magne, 1934- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QE281 .A2 nr. 269|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||73151933|
Olesen O, Torsvik T, Tveten E, Zwaan KB, Løseth H, Henningsen T () Basement structure of the continental margin in the Lofoten-Lopphavet area, northern Norway: constraints from potential field data, on-land structural mapping and paleomagnetic data. Norwegian Journal of Geology –30 Google ScholarCited by: 5. Geology and landscape around the Arctic Circle in Norway We will first describe the geology of this area; the bedrock, and its development over billions of years, the deposition of superficial deposits during the ice ages during the last few millions basement for the Caledonian mountain chain whic h developed in the Palaeozoic. Towards the.
On a global scale Northern Ireland, despite being a mere % of the land area of planet Earth, presents an opportunity to study an almost unparalleled variety of geology in such a small diverse ages of the rocks present in Northern Ireland is illustrated in this book by the contents menu. Structural and Tectonic Modelling and its Application to Petroleum Geology Proceedings of Norwegian Petroleum Society Workshop, 18–20 October , Stavanger, Norway Select Seismostratigraphic study of a synrift megasequence, from the Barents Sea, northern Norway. Book chapter Full text access.
Next stop on the Caledonian trail is northern Norway. Near Bodø is the dramatic outcrop pictured below, part of our mountain building event that spanned a couple of millions of years and great distances. Big thanks to Battleboy on Flickr, who gave me permission to use his stunning photo, taken from a boat. “ The landscapes are amazing, between rocks, cliffs and water/The skies are always changing and if the weather is fine (earth and space weather), you can admire the great northern lights. “ Cruise ship was very good and we enjoyed sailing and enjoyed the beauty of ice packed mountains on the side of fjords and it anchored 2 ports before.
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Precambrian. Rocks of Archean age in Norway are confined to a few 10 km-scale areas within younger metamorphic belts exposed on islands off the west coast of northern Norway and as smaller fragments locally in the Western Gneiss Region in south-central Norway.
Despite intense reworking during the Caledonian orogeny in some areas, three major belts can be recognised. Caledonian geology of northern Norway book Caledonian orogeny was a mountain-building era recorded in the northern parts of Ireland and Britain, the Scandinavian Mountains, Svalbard, eastern Greenland and parts of north-central Europe.
The Caledonian orogeny encompasses events that occurred from the Ordovician to Early Devonian, roughly – million years ago ().It was caused by the closure of the Iapetus. The Caledonian geology of northern Norway; proceedings of a symposium held at University College, Cardiff, January 10thth, Geology of Norway, Volume 1 amphibolite anorthosite Archean basal gneiss basement beds biotite boulders boundary breccia Brogger Caledonian Cambrian Cambro-Silurian cauldron clay coast limestone lower magma marine masses massif material metamorphic mica micaschists minerals Mjosa moraine nappe Nordland Norges norite northern Norway.
"The Making of a Land - Geology of Norway" takes the reader on a journey in geological time, from primordial times to the present day.
A fantastic journey from the summits of Norway's spectacular rugged and weather-beaten mountains to the riches concealed in the sedimentary rocks on the continental shelf. This book displays the treasures of Norwegian geology for 5/5(2).
Structural Geology and Tectonic Evolution of the Sognefjord Transect, Caledonian Orogen, Southern Norway—A Field Trip Guide Author(s) The Sognefjord transect through the Lower to Middle Paleozoic Caledonian orogenic belt in southern Norway provides a superb and exceptionally well-documented example of late collisional, Alpine-type.
The Northern Highland and Grampian terranes together comprise an extensive tract of structurally complex and generally high-grade metamorphic rocks within the Caledonian orogenic belt of Scotland ().This part of the orogen is dominated by two thick sequences of mainly Neoproterozoic metasedimentary rocks.
The Development of Hecla Hoek Rocks in Spitsbergen / W.B. Harland --Caledonian Tectonics of Prins Karls Forland / D.J. Atkinson --Partie S.E. de la culmination du Romsdal, Chaine Caledonienne, Norvège / G. Muret --Geology and Structure of the Glomfjord Region, Northern Norway / S.E.
Hollingworth, M.K. Wells, and R. Bradshaw --Granites of the. Pub. Id: A () First Page: Last Page: Book Title: M Arctic Geology Article/Chapter: Caledonian Geology of Arctic Norway: Comparisons in the North Atlantic Borders Subject Group: Geologic History and Areal Geology Spec.
Pub. Type: Memoir Pub. Year: Author(s): Rodney A. Gayer (2) Abstract: Caledonian rocks form a north-south-trending Cited by: 1. Journal of the Geological Society, London, Vol., pp.
–Printed in Great Britain. The Caledonian Orogeny redeﬁned W. McKERROW 1, C. MAC NIOCAILL & J. DEWEY 1Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PR, UK (e-mail: [email protected]) Abstract: Recent advances in our understanding of Cited by: Caledonian folding in Saltstraumen, Bodø, Norway Posted on by Jesper Dramsch There are some rock faces that are simply spectacular, including this rock face in Saltstraumen, near Bodø in northern Norway.
We tend to take for granted that the landscape around us has always been as it is. However, when we look at the earth from a geological time frame perspective, we see dramatic changes. The beautiful, Norwegian fjord landscape: here today, gone tomorrow. The Making of Norway NGU's geologists map Norway and manage geological information about how this country.
Geochronological evidence from discordant plutons for a Late Proterozoic orogen in the Caledonides of Finnmark, northern Norway February Journal of. Caledonian Nappes in northern Norway Terrane identifications, correlations and provenance of metasedimentary cover sequences and nappes in the Scandinavian Caledonides Nana Yaw Agyei-Dwarko Dissertation for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor Department of Geosciences Faculty of Mathematicaland Natural Sciences University of Oslo NorwayAuthor: Nana Yaw Agyei-Dwarko.
Norway occupies part of northern Europe’s Fennoscandian extremely hard bedrock, which consists mostly of granite and other heat- and pressure-formed materials, ranges from one to two billion years in age. Relief. Glaciation and other forces wore down the surface and created thick sandstone, conglomerate, and limestone deposits known as sparagmite.
Ireland, northern England, the northern North Sea and Norway were occupied by the Caledonian eugeosyncline and geanticline. Denmark, Sweden and the Baltic formed part of the Caledonian miogeosynclinal realm. For the Silurian, Walter () postulates emergent areas for southern Norway and parts of the southern North Sea and adjacent Germany.
The magmatic and metamorphosed rocks of the Precambrian shield as well as the ones of the Caledonian fold belt are mostly very hard.
Nevertheless, during many million years after the Caledonian orogeny, they were worn down to lowland near sea level, but after strong uplift in the lower Tertiary, they are now able to withstand erosion for quite a while, thus forming the.
The Northern Highlands contain many intrusions of acid and basic dykes, sheets and plutons collectively referred to as the Caledonian Igneous Suite. These intrusions can be assigned to groups which are pre-tectonic, syn-tectonic and post-tectonic with respect to.
Northern Norway is by far the largest and most sparsely populated part of mainland Norway, and covers more than a third of the country. It stretches from the idyllic Helgeland region in the south to mainland Europe’s northernmost point near the North Cape.
In the old days, large parts of Northern Norway was inaccessible, but today there is an. Discovery of diamond in the Tromso Nappe, Scandinavian Caledonides (N. Norway) Article in Journal of Metamorphic Geology 31(6) August. Caledonian Caledonian Basement. NORWEGIAN JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY Geology and gold mineralisation in the Mauken Precambrian basement window, Målselv, Troms, northern Norway.
granoiorite with relics of gneiss. The Myrefjell and d Aurevatn formations together were included into the. Målselva Group. However, Berthelsen also included part.Northwest-verging folds and the northwestward movement of the Caledonian Jotun Nappe, Norway. Journal of Structural Geology 1– Harris, L.
B., Koyi, H. A. and Fossen, H.,Mechanisms for folding of high-grade rocks in extensional tectonic : Haakon Fossen.This is the best single book on a nation's geology I have ever come across. Brimming with glorious color photos and insightful maps on every page, the chronological chapters on the geological history of Norway are sandwiched between initial and final chapters on basic geological concepts (e.g., plate tectonics, mineralogy, faulting) and linkage of Norway's geology to /5(10).