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basal gneisses and basement contact of Hestbrepiggan area, north Jotunheimen, Norway.

P. H. Banham

basal gneisses and basement contact of Hestbrepiggan area, north Jotunheimen, Norway.

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Published by Universitetsforlaget in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gneiss,
  • Petrology -- Norway -- Jotunheimen

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNorges geologiske undersøkelse, nr. 252
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE475 B35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77p.
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18476751M

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basal gneisses and basement contact of Hestbrepiggan area, north Jotunheimen, Norway. by P. H. Banham Download PDF EPUB FB2

The basal gneisses and basement contact of the hestbrepiggan area, north jotunheimen, norway by p. banham statens teknologiske institutt biblioteket oslo universitetsforlaget. contents abstract 5 introduction 6. portion of north-west southern Norway is indicated as consisting mainly of gneissic rocks, of various origin, with a structure wholly or in part Caledo­ nian.

Following Holtedahl () this area is usually referred to as the 'Basal Gneiss Region' and the rocks within this area as the 'Basal Gneiss Complex'. isochron for older gneisses of the Tafjord area, basal gneiss region, southwestern Norway.

Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, 48, pp.Oslo The older gneisses of the Tafjord area in the basal gneiss region of southwestern Norway yield a Rb-Sr whole-rock isochron age of (±)xl09 years and a K-Ar biotite age of (±12)x1()8 years.

Geochemistry of Precambrian basal gneisses in Lofoten--Vester~len, northern Norway. Precambrian Res., The basal gneiss complex of Lofoten--Vester~len consists of an older (ca. Ga) migmatite complex, believed to be largely supracrustal in origin, and a younger (ca.

Ga) cover complex of clearly supracrustal by: 5. fjord at the basal gneisses and basement contact of Hestbrepiggan area side of the Surnadal syncline, situated at 63° 1'.5 N, 2° 4' W Oslo, north of the area of the map Fig. (Fig. 2.) The basal gneiss is here a reddish rather homogeneous rock, rich in potash feldspar.

The basal quartzite appears as two or. Analyses of coexisting garnets, clinopyroxenes and plagioclases from eclogites and high pressure granulitic gneisses in the Kristiansund area within the west Norwegian basal gneiss region are used to establish the P-T conditions for the metamorphic peak for these rocks.

Based on the distribution of Fe and Mg between coexisting garnet and clinopyroxene in both Cited by: Structural and Stratigraphic Features of the Basal Gneisses of the Highlands,New York State Museum Bulletin, Number pages with 1 map and 1 section.

[Berkey, C. P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Structural and Stratigraphic Features of the Basal Gneisses of the Highlands,New York State Museum BulletinAuthor: C. Berkey. The Western Gneiss Region (WGR) of Norway is the deepest exposed structural level of an old mountain chain - the Caledonides - the last major mountain building episode in NW Europe.

The orogeny actually lasted a long time - perhaps as long as million years, and was associated with the closure of the Iapetus ocean and the resultant collision. Just one example of one such excellent book (if you can read norwegian) for the area of Sunnmøre: https:/ I There is also plenty of information, descriptions and blogs available online for hikes in specific areas, but again, often in Norwegian only.

In western Troms (Figure 2) and in the Lofoten-Vesterålen areas of North Norway (Figure 3) Neoarchaean and Palaeoproterozoic continental crust ( Ga) is preserved as an emerged basement horst bounded to the east by thrust nappes of the Scandinavian Caledonides (Figure 1b) [] and to the basal gneisses and basement contact of Hestbrepiggan area by offshore Mesozoic by: Cation and sediment concentrations in basal ice from Øksfjordjøkelen, North Norway Article in Geografiska Annaler Series A Physical Geography 86(1) - May with 16 Reads.

The area is part of the north-west Jotunheim mountains in southern Norway and consists of three rock units; Granitic rocks of the Basal Gneiss outcrop in the north of the area; supracrustal rocks of presumed Eo-Cambrian to Ordovician age in the central part and the Upper Jotun Nappe outcrops in the south.

Previous work in the area (mainly by Nottingham workers) Cited by: 1. The range is located in the southern central area of Norway and covers an area roughly km square. The mountains are sculpted by glaciers eating away at the sides to form steep dramatic peaks interconnected with sharp exposed ridges that offer classic routes from exposed scrambles through to testing alpine traverses.

Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 55 () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands f21 A recent paper in this journal (J.-P. Brun, The cluster-ridge pattern of mantled gneiss domes in eastern Finland: evidence for large-scale gravitational instability of the Proterozoic crust, Earth by: 7.

Studies on the Igneous Rock Complex of the Oslo Region, X. Geology of the Grefson-Grorud Area, Oslo, Norway [McCulloh, T. H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Studies on the Igneous Rock Complex of the Oslo Region, X. Geology of the Grefson-Grorud Area, Oslo, NorwayAuthor: T.

McCulloh. the area mapped (black). and 2). It is intended as a preliminary to an account of the petrology of the pyroxene-granulite facies rocks. Structural elements For descriptive purposes the area may be divided into two parts, the region north of the Tyin-Gjende Fault (Fig.

3), largely made of pyroxene-granulite. Geomorphological effects of jokulhlaups and ice–dammed lakes, Jotunheimen, Norway Article in Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 39(1) April with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Bryggen is a historic harbour district in Bergen, one of North Europe’s oldest port cities on the west coast of Norway. The neat lineup of old wooden houses in Bryggen has been damaged by a number of fires through the centuries, the wooden structures being quite prone to fires, and has been rebuilt after every fire.

Stiftsgarden: The kings residence in Trondheim - See traveler reviews, 58 candid photos, and great deals for Trondheim, Norway, at Tripadvisor.3/5(). The chemistry and origin of the granitic gneisses.

The chemistry and origin of the Peda augen gneiss. The chemistry of the intermediate, basic and garnet-bearing gneisses a) Biotite-homblende gneisses with inteunediate silica contents. b) Biotite-clinopyroxene gneisses c) Amphibolites.

d) Pyribolites. northern Norway. Introduction. The Mauken basement window is located in south-ern Troms, approximately midway between the base-ment areas of Senja and Altevatnet (Fig. As part of the NGU programme MINN (Mineral Resources in North Norway), the Mauken window has recently been subject to a high-resolution airborne geophysical survey (mag.

It`s late autumn in Jotunheimen Mountains, winter should arrive any day. Fantastic to get a last chance to fly Besseggen, one of Norway`s most visited hiking trails. Flightlog. 50 sq. Surrounding this mass of granitoid gneisses is a series of banded gneisses of very variable composition, including amphibolites, quartzites, and nodular sillimanite gneisses.

Against these rocks the granitic gneisses make a sharp, though in places 'interfingered' contact. Agmatitic relationships are never seen. According to the last source and the book on Etnedal farms: Gard og bygd i Etnedal, I can give the following information: Peter Nielsen b. was born on Hagen, a place matriculated from Hestkinn i The family moved to Northern Hestkinn in Father: Niels Pedersen (), mother Anne Olsdtr.

ⓘ E18 roadcuts, Slevolden, Porsgrunn, Telemark, Norway Mineral and/or Locality is an outreach project of the Hudson Institute of Mineralogy, a (c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

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The Western Gneiss Complex is mainly exposed across the southern extent of the WGR, and it is inferred to reappear again in the north. The Fjordane Complex occupies a shallowly east-plunging synclinorium through the center of the WGR; it is separated from the Western Gneiss Complex by the Sandane shear by: Copyright © Rob Butler, School of Earth Sciences, Leeds University School of Earth Sciences, Leeds University.

Ground temperature variability on a glacier foreland, Storbreen, Jotunheimen, Norway Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography Microvariability in the early stages of cobble weathering by microenvironment on a glacier foreland, Storbreen, Jotunheimen, Norway Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Tingelstadtjern Quarry, Modum, Buskerud, Norway: Magnesite/serpentine deposit.

Years after the magnesite mining ended, serpentinite (partly intergrown with reddish magnesite) was taken from the dumps and used as decorative stones, in tables.

Plan to visit Helgelandsbrua, Norway. Get details of Location, timings and contact. Find the reviews and ratings to know better. Geochemical patterns in two, correlative, Ordovician, basaltic greenstone formations from the central Norwegian Caledonides corroborate field indications of a tripartite stratigraphic subdivision of the units.

Lower and upper members show similar chemical traits and are transitional to LREE-enriched, high-magnesia to low-magnesia basalts. The thicker, more Cited by: 9. Jotunheimcn, Norway, are described. These consist 01' " islands" 01' coar'e sand.

granules, and small pebble" surrounded by pebbles and cobbles and underlain by small domes 01' glacier ice. It is suggested that patterned ground rormation on the moraine results from diH"rential ablation in areas of thin « mm) debris cov('r. Pollen assemblage–plant community relationships on the Storbreen glacier foreland, Jotunheimen Mountains, southern Norway C.

CASELDINE Department of Geography, Amory Building, University of Exeter, Exeter EX4 4RJ, UKCited by: Birch Staves Bothkollen, Anderdalen Nat Park, Norway. Heading toward the Anderdalen National Park on the final day of our trip proved a very well worth detour as it took us across the high passes which had more like m of level snow cleared from the road.

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More than species of birds have been identified in the area, and the number of plants is far higher than might be expected so far north. On Svalbard it is claimed that there are species of birds with a much smaller number of mammals.

The bird numbers are dominated by seagulls, but differ ent types of eider ducks and geese also nest here. Bygland muncipality has approximately inhabitants and covers a area of ,2 km2. Bygland is a typical agriculture and forestry district. The higgest township is Byglandsfjord which celebrated its th anniversary in The walking in Bygland is excellent and.

The area described here is localized between th e Rana fjord (Nesna-Mo i Rana) in the south, and the Salten-Skjerstad fjord (Bodø-Rognan) in the north. Two large national parks and several other protected areas are located to this area.

The Nordland National Park Centre (NNPC) is located close to the E6. As the gateway to the world-famous Norwegian fjords, Norway’s Ålesund and Sunnmøre region is overflowing with an abundance of natural treasures. But nature is only part of the story. The town of Ålesund is a cultural treasure as well with a tragic yet beautiful history.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 .The main goal of this thesis is to make a tectonostratigraphic map of the North to North-east part of Hardangerjøkulen (Klippe), close to Finse.

The area is defined by three main units: the Basement, Phyllite and the Middle Allochthon. The basement is characterized by granitic and gabbroic lithology, both with an age of by: 2.