|Statement||by Scott B. Smithson.|
|Series||Norges geologiske undersøkelse nr. 214B, Norges geologiske undersøkelse (Series) ;, nr. 214B.|
|LC Classifications||QE281 .A2 nr. 214B, pt. 1, QE462.G7 .A2 nr. 214B, pt. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||74154637|
THE PRECAMBRIAN HOLUM GRANITE, SOUTH NORWAY 23 by the limited accessibility of those areas. On the other hand, the Holum granitic pluton is well suited for an integrated geological-grav ity study because it combines extensive outcrops (about 50% exposed) with numerous roads and relatively low relief, especially for Size: 2MB. The intrusive granites of the Farsund area, south Norway: Their interrelations and relations with the Precambrian metamorphic envelope. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, Vol. 59, pp. Oslo ISSN l%X. A new geological map, covering about km' of the area around Farsund, south Norway, is presented. The country rock gneisses have. The Precambrian Grimstad granite, South Norway, has been studied by petro graphical, chemical and x-ray crystallographical analysis. It has a semi-circular out line and is partly rimmed by an agmatite. Eight different rock types are found within the granite, but the . investigated by NILSSEN (), and a gravity study was carried out by SMITHSON (a). Specimens collected as part of a detailed petro chemical study (DICKSON and BALL ) provided a basis for the re-investigation of the feldspars reported in this paper. The feldspars are presently being investigated in two stages: l) K-feldspar obliquity.
ELSE-RAGNHILD NEUMANN Neumann, E. R.: The Precambrian Vallesvær granite, south Norway. Petro graphy and major element relations. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, Vol. 52, pp. Oslo The main element- and Rb-distribution has been established in the Pre cambrian Vallesvær granite, south Norway, and in the surrounding gneisses. The Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) is performing an integrated study of the groundwater resources of the Precambrian Iddefjord Granite of Hvaler municipality in southeastern Norway. Linear fracture zones are identifiable from topographic maps, aerial photos, field inspection and geophysics. The two consistently most successful geophysical. The intrusive granites of the Farsund area, south Norway. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, Vol. 52, pp. Oslo Field and chemical data reveal three separate intrusive granites in the Far sund area: a dark charnockite, a light hornblende granite, and a light biotite granite. The previous view that these rocks belong to a single, composite. The granites exposed around lake Mykle constitute two discrete western granite massif,the subject of the present paper, is an intrusive complex, with larvikite as count ry rocks making up the topographic highs and occurring as stoped blocks within the types of granite were identified: a marginal, fine-to medium.
The intrusive granites of the Farsund area, south Norway: Their interrelations and relations with the Precambrian metamorphic envelope Torgeir Falkum J. Richard Wilson. DEFORMED AGGLOMERATEIN PRECAMBRIAN MIGMATITE, S. NORWAY Fig. 7. Larger magnifi cation of the inclusion (Fig. 6) with a blasto ophitic texture. Lower nicol, magnification 18x. and almost pinched apart as seen in Fig. 4. The platy structure is certainly . Granite studies, I. A gravity investigation of two Precambrian granites in South Norway. Article. Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading. A gravity investigation of two Precambrian granites in South Norway, Nor. Geol. Unders. B () 60 V.V. Beloussov, The Crust and Upper Mantle of the Continents ( by: