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Geodynamics in the Bamble area during Gothian- and Sveconorwegian times
|Other titles||Geodynamica in het Bamble gebeid tijdens de Gotische- en Sveconorwegische periode, Geodynamics in the Bamble area|
|Series||Geologica Ultraiectina,, no. 117|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .G1342 no. 117|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||98183894|
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The Dale gabbro has been dated at Ga ± Ga and must contain information about the Sveconorwegian period only. In the period the Bamble area was subjected to continental growth, between Ga and Ga ago, the reigning metamorphic conditions in this area were characterized by a continuous high heat flow from the area by: 3.
Geodynamics in the Bamble area during Gothian- and Sveconorwegian times: a comparative petrological study of two gabbros Dam, B.P.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Bas Dam. Geodynamics in the Bamble area during Gothian- and Sveconorwegian times: a comparative petrological study of two gabbros dated at Ga ± Ga and must contain\ud information about the Sveconorwegian period only.\ud In the period the Bamble area was subjected to continental growth, between Ga and Ga ago,\ud the reigning.
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ten In: Geologica Ultraiectina: 14 P.S, Geodynamics in the Bamble area during Gothian- and Sveconorwegian times: a comperative petrological study of two gabbros Dam, Bastiaan Pieter In: Geologica. The Sveconorwegian Province includes Palaeo- and Mesoproterozoic lithotectonic terranes (also referred to as ‘sectors’ or ‘domains’) formed and modified during the ~ – Ma Gothian Orogeny, and later reworked during the Sveconorwegian Orogeny when they were translated along orogen-parallel shear zones and thrust onto the.
The Sveconorwegian orogeny encompasses magmatic, metamorphic and deformational events between ca. and Ma at the southwestern margin of Fennos. Dam BP () Geodynamics in the Bamble area during Gothian- and Sveconorwegian times, volGeologica Ultraiectina, Utrecht University, Utrecht Google Scholar Della Giustina MES, Pimental MM, Ferreira Filho CF, Maia de Hollanda MHB () Dating coeval mafic magmatism and ultrahigh-temperature metamorphism in the Anápolis-Itauçu Complex.
Download Citation | Rifting-related (sub)alkaline magmatism in the Bamble sector (Norway) during the 'Gothian'-Sveconorwegian interlude | Results of whole-rock chemistry, mineral chemistry, and Nd.
Abstract. Two major periods with orogenic and magmatic activities are responsible for the formation of the Late Proterozoic crust underlying large parts of Norway and Sweden, the Gothian between about Ga and Ga ago and the Sveconorwegian between about Ga and Ga ago.
Timo G. Nijland, Geert-Jan L. De Haas, Tom Andersen, Rifting-related (sub)alkaline magmatism in the Bamble sector (Norway) during the ‘Gothian’–Sveconorwegian interlude, GFF, /,3, (), ().
Topographical Mineralogy of Bramble Sector, Norway - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. mineralogy of the bamble sector, norway.
- service. Email alerting to receive free email alerts when new articles cite this article The evolution of the Fennoscandian Shield documents a. The Bamble sector of southern Norway is a classic high grade metamorphic gneiss region, which provided specimens to many mineralogical collections all over the world.
The topographical mineralogy of this area is described and reviewed. All minerals known to occur in the area are listed according to Strunz’ classification. GEOLOGY – Vol. I - Tectonics and Geodynamics - Grasemann, Bernhard, Stüwe, Kurt ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Convergent Boundaries If the size of the earth has not changed significantly during the last Ma (which is about the age of the oldest oceanic lithosphere) this implies that the lithosphere must be.
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