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Studies in the Trondheim Region, Central Norwegian Calidonides II

Studies in the Trondheim Region, Central Norwegian Calidonides II

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Published by The University in Trondheim .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementpublished by Fr. Chr. Wolff et al..
SeriesNorges Geologiske Undersogelse -- 245
ContributionsWolff, F. C.
The Physical Object
Pagination146p.,4 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages146
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21620136M

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Wolff, Fr.: Studies of the Trondheim Region, Central Norwegian Caledonides. Geology of the Meraker area, a key to the eastern part of the Trondheim by: 7. The general study area is in the Trondheim region (Fig. 1), which is consid ered to represent the type area of the 'eugeosynclinal zone' of the Norwegian Caledonides (Strand & Kulling ).

4; pp. Metamorphic conditions across the Seve-Köli Nappe boundary, southeastern Trondheim region, Norwegian Caledonides: Comparison of.

Trondheim Studies in the Trondheim Region Fig. 1 Black square indicates location of the mapped area. This extremely interesting sector of the Caledonides in the Trondheim region is distinguished by a very low gråde of metamorphism and by the presence of thick Early.

The Nesna shear zone is identified here as a major, late Early to Mid-Devonian, low-angle extensional shear zone in the North–Central Norwegian Caledonides. In the study area, the Nesna shear zone now constitutes the lower boundary of the Helgeland Nappe Complex, a terrane exotic to by: Petrological studies of staurolite-garnet-kyanite-biotite schist and garnet-muscovite schist of the Gula Complex provide constraints on the metamorphic evolution of the Caledonian Upper Allochthon in the eastern Trondheim Region, Central Norway.

Loeschke J () Petrochemistry of eugeosynclinal magmatic rocks of the area around Trondheim (central Norwegian Caledonides). Neues Jahrb Mineral Abh –44 Google Scholar Ludden JN, Thompson G () Behaviour of rare earth elements during submarine weathering of tholeiitic by: 9.

Geology and Origin of the Cu-sulphide Ores in the Tynset-Alvdal region, southern Scandinavian Caledonides. @inproceedings{LunsterGeologyAO, title={Geology and Origin of the Cu-sulphide Ores in the Tynset-Alvdal region, southern Scandinavian Caledonides.}, author={Maren Galguften Luns{\ae}ter}, year={} } Maren Galguften Lunsæter.

Killingdal mine occurs in metamorphosed, eugeosynclinal rocks of probable Ordovician age belonging to the Caledonides of Central Norway. The present pyritic, chalcopyrite-and sphalerite-bearing type of ores belong to the stratiform class of massive sulfide close relationship between major and minor tectonic structures and the extremely elongated ore Cited by: Studies The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences offers a large number of health-related programmes of study and graduates students with bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

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Contact relationships in the southeastern Trondheim Nappe complex, central-southern Norway: Implications for early Paleozoic tectonism in the Scandinavian Caledonides. Abstract. The Upper Allochthon, a composite thrust complex containing elements of an accreted terrane, has long been a controversial feature in the Scandinavian by: 3.

Attention has been redirected to- wards this classical central area in recent decades from stratrgraphic [ and tectonic [6-lo] standpoints, and results from the Norwegian side have largely reaf- firmed the belief that the rocks of the Trondheim re- gion constitute a major tectonic unit (the Trondherm nappe) within the [email protected Cited by:   Buy Norwegian Domination & the Norse World cc (Trondheim Studies in History) (Rostra Books) by Imsen, Steinar (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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