3 edition of bedrock geology of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway found in the catalog.
bedrock geology of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-45).
|Statement||Anna Siedlecka & David Roberts.|
|Series||Special publication / Norges Geologiske Undersøkelse,, no. 5, Special publication (Norges geologiske undersøkelse) ;, no. 5.|
|Contributions||Roberts, David, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||QE281 .S54 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||93245076|
Nord-Varanger is a former municipality in Finnmark county in 1,square-kilometre ( sq mi) municipality existed from until its dissolution in It was located in the present-day Vadsø Municipality on the southern half of the Varanger Peninsula, east of the Jakobselva river, along the Varangerfjorden. The administrative centre of the municipality was in the town of VadsøCountry: Norway. Palaeomagnetism of Late Precambrian dolerite dykes from Varanger peninsula, north Nor- way. Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 38 Palaeomagnetic investigations have been carried out on 12 dykes of Late Precambrian age from the Varanger peninsula, north Norway. The dykes are separated into two groups, the Kongsfjord dykes and the B~tsfjord by: 7.
Development of the Upper Proterozoic sedimentary basins of the Varanger Peninsula, east Finnmark, north Norway. Geological Survey of Finland, Bulletin , – Siedlecka, A. & Siedlecki, S. Cited by: Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; New occurrences of Palaeopascichnus from the Stáhpogieddi Formation, Arctic Norway, and their bearing on the age of the Varanger Ice Age 1. Sören Jensen, a Anette E.S. Högström, b Magne Høyberget, c Guido Meinhold, d e Duncan McIlroy, f Jan Ove R. Ebbestad, g Wendy L. Taylor, h Heda Agić, i Teodoro Palacios aCited by: 6.
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The bedrock geology of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway: an excursion guide 3 Preface This excursion guide starts with a brief description of the bedrock geology of the Varanger Peninsula in the county of Finnmark, northern Norway. The develop ment of geological research in.
Add tags for "The bedrock geology of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway: an excursion guide". Be the first. Forkortet: The Varanger Peninsula is underlain by weakly metamorphosed sedimentary rocks of Late Proterozoic to Finnmark Cambrian age.
The rocks occur in two regions: the Tanafjorden-Varangerfjorden Region (TVR) (southwestern half of the penin- sula) and the Barents Sea Region (BSR) (northeastern half), juxtaposed along a complex NW-SE-trending fault zone, The Trollfjorden-Komagelva Fault Zone.
The rocks occur in two regions: the allochthonous Barents Sea Region (BSR) (northeastern half of the peninsula) and the autochthonous Tanagjorden-Varangerfjorden Region (TVR) (southwestern part of th peninsula), juxtaposed along a complex NW-SE-trending fault zone, the Trollfjorden - Komagelva Fault Zone (TKFZ).
Geology of the Båtsfjordfjellet drillcore, Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, northern Norway 23 obliquely through quartzrich laminae, the quartz grains show clear evidence of dissolution on the sides in contact with the cleavage surfaces, and tails or beards of microcrystalline material are developed in the pressureshadow areas around the quartz.
Request PDF | Structural geology of the southeastern part of the Trollfjorden-Komagelva Fault Zone, Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway | Structural studies in the Late Riphean to Vendian.
Varanger Peninsula is a peninsula in Finnmark county, Norway. It is located in the northeasternmost part of Norway, along the Barents Sea. The peninsula has the Tanafjorden to the west, the Varangerfjorden to the south, and the Barents Sea to the north and east.
The municipalities of Vadsø, Båtsfjord, Berlevåg, Vardø, Tana, and Nesseby share the 2,square-kilometre peninsula. Nesseby Coordinates: 70°29′01″N 29°32′26″E / °N. The tectonostratigraphy of western Porsangerhalvøya, Finnmark, north Norway January In book: The Caldedonide Orogen - Scandinavia and related areas (pp).
The palaeic surface of the Varanger Peninsula: physiographic setting. The Varanger Peninsula is situated at º E and º N and is bordered by the Barents Sea to the north and east, by Tanafjorden to the west and Varangerfjorden to the south (Fig.1). The bedrock. called the Northern Varanger Region by some authors Introduction The geology of Varanger Peninsula in East Finnmark, northern Norway, is now well known through the systematic mapping, and stratigraphic and sedi-mentological studies of Siedlecka & Siedlecki (, This bedrock, nearby Karasjok in Finnmark, is 2,9 billon years and the oldest in Norway.
Norway's bedrock reflects a long history, that extends nearly 3 billion years. In the rocks, we find traces of ancient mountain ranges that had risen and have eroded down to sediments as Earth has undergone changes and the gradual rise new continents.
The bedrock of the NE Finnmark area (Nordkinn and Varanger Peninsulas) consists of Proterozoic to Paleozoic largely metamorphosed rocks, including clastic sedimentary rocks (shales, mudstones. Varanger Peninsula is a peninsula in Finnmark, north-eastern Norway, by the Barents Sea.
The peninsula has the Tanafjord to the west, the Varangerfjord to the south and the Barents Sea to the north and east.
Vadsø, Båtsfjord, Berlevåg, Vardø and Unjárga. Geology of Finnmark and north Troms The bedrock geology of northern Norway (Fig.
1) is dominated by rock complexes of Precambrian to Early Palaeozoic age, a large part of which has been involved to. Structural geology of the southeastern part of the Trollfjorden-Komagelva Fault Zone, Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway Tore Herrevold Roy H. Gabrielsen.
The Varanger Peninsula is situated at 70–71°N and 28–31°E in northeastern landscape is dominated by elevated plateaux, which cover an area of about km 2, corresponding to 27% of the total area of the peninsula (Malmström and Palmér, ).The main altitude range of the plateaux reaches from to m a.s.l., and some rounded hills reach heights of Cited by: Fjellanger, J.
& Sørbel, L. Origin of the palaeic landforms and glacial impact on the Varanger Peninsula, northern Norway. Norwegian Journal of Norwegian Journal of Geology, V ol. 87, pp. The Varanger Peninsula is situated at 28–31°E and 70–71°N, and is bordered by the Barents Sea to the north and east, the Tanafjord to the west and the Varangerfjord to the south ().The bedrock largely consists of Riphean to early Palaeozoic shales, mudstones, sandstones and conglomerates (Siedlecki,Siedlecka and Roberts, ) with only limited degree of metamorphosis specifically Cited by: Glacial or non-glacial origin for the Bigganjargga tillite, Finnmark, northern Norway.
Bigganjargga is the classic locality for the Varangian ice age in northern Scandinavia. The presence of two sets of striations on the underlying quartzite basement has been taken as evidence for a glacial origin of the Bigganjargga by: The Bedrock Geology of Varanger Peninsula, Finnmark, North Norway: An Excursion Guide.
Trondheim, Norway: Norges Geologiske Undersøkelske Special Publication 5. Trondheim, Norway: Norges Geologiske Undersøkelske Special Publication 5. The Kalak Nappe Complex, Finnmark, northern Norway (), is an occurrence of fairly homogeneous, metamorphosed clastic sediments that contain heavy-mineral layers over a relatively large outcrop area of > km 2 on the Nordkinn Peninsula (Roberts and Andersen,Roberts,Kirkland et al., ).As recently asthe geochemistry group at the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU Cited by: 5.the Varanger Peninsula, northern Norway Jakob Fjellanger & Leif Sørbel Fjellanger, J.
& Sørbel, L. Origin of the palaeic landforms and glacial impact on the Varanger Peninsula, northern Norway.The Late Neoproterozoic Smalfjord Formation of the Varanger Peninsula in northern Norway: a shallow fjord deposit.
Norwegian Journal of Geology,Vol. 86, pp. Trondheim ISSN X. The Smalfjord Formation in the Varangerfjorden area of northern Norway was deposited as valley fill during an interglacial perio d of the Varange.