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fongen-hyllingen layered intrusion, Trondheim region, Norway

J. Richard Wilson

fongen-hyllingen layered intrusion, Trondheim region, Norway

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Published by Dept. of Earth Sciences, Aarhus University in [Denmark] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Norway,
  • Trondheim Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Intrusions (Geology) -- Norway -- Trondheim Region.,
    • Orogeny -- Norway -- Trondheim Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFongen-hylligen layered instrustion, Norway., Fongen-hyllingen 1989.
      StatementJ. Richard Wilson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE611.5.N8 W55 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (in various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1808641M
      LC Control Number89217160

      The Trondheim Region is a statistical metropolitan area in the counties of Sør-Trøndelag (population: ,) and Nord-Trøndelag (23,) in is centered around the city of Trondheim. Trondheim was the nation's first capital, and continues to be the coronation city where Norway's kings from Harald Hårfagre (–) to King Harald V ( -) have been hailed, crowned and blessed. In its history the city was and is now again a popular destination for pilgrimages. Trondheim is also an ecclesiastical centre, a regional.   Trondheim is a colorful city, and while it is the third largest city in Norway, it feels much more intimate than its size might imply. The Nidelva river runs through the city, beside the Nidaros Cathedral and past an historical area called Bakklandet situated on .


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fongen-hyllingen layered intrusion, Trondheim region, Norway by J. Richard Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Fongen-Hyllingen complex, situated 60 km southeast ofTrondheim, Norway, comprises the km2 Fongen-Hyllingen layered mafic intrusion (FHI) and the slightly younger, Trondheim region (3 km2) mafic to ultramafic Treknattan intrusion.

The FHI was emplaced synorogenically in the Scandinavian Caledonides. The km 2 Fongen-Hyllingen Complex, situated 60 km southeast of Trondheim, Norway, is a synorogenic, layered mafic intrusion of Caledonian age. Lateral correlation along 40 km of strike length through ca.

6 km of layered cumulates has allowed reconstruction of the form and evolution of the magma chamber. The chamber has the shape of a double-bottomed bowl with an Cited by: The km 2 Fongen-Hyllingen complex is a syn-Caledonian, layered mafic intrusion, located south-east of Trondheim, Norway.

It crystallized at 5–6kb from a basaltic parent magma under elevated by:   The Fongen-Hyllingen layered intrusive complex, Norway (J.R. Wilson, H.S. Sørensen). Layered alkaline igneous rocks of the Gardar Province, South Greenland (B.G.J.

Upton, I. Parsons, C.H. Emeleus, M.E. Hodson). The Great Dyke of Zimbabwe (A.H. Wilson). The Rum layered suite Book Edition: 1. The Fongen-Hyllingen complex is a large synorogenic layered mafic intrusion occupying ca.

km2 in the Trondheim Region of the Nor­ wegian Caledonides. The general geology and structure of the complex have been discussed by Wilson & Olesen () and its synorogenic na­ ture was established by Olesen et al.

De­. Fine-scale modal layering in the Fongen-Hyllingen gab- broic complex in the centralScandinavian Caledonides fea, tures rhythmic recurreoce of mineral assemblages. LITHOS ELSEVIER Lithos 38 () Petrology of the Treknattan intrusion in the Fongen-Hyllingen complex, Trondheim region, Norway: a late intrusion into an evolved layered complex H.S.

Sorensen a J.R. Wilson b Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Thoravej 8, K0benhavn NV, Denmark Department of Earth Sciences, University of Aarhus, Aarhus C. Abstract The ~ m thick marginal zone of the Fongen–Hyllingen Intrusion (FHI) consists of non-layered, highly iron-enriched ferrodiorites that are overlain by a ~ 6 km thick layered sequence of gabbroic to dioritic rocks of the Layered Series.

The Fangen-Hyllingen gabbro complex is a large layered body in the Trondheim Region of the Norwegian Caledonides. Primary igneous rocks vary from ultramafics to olivine gabbros, gabbros and norites, diorites and felsic differentiates. It is centered over a noritic layer in the Bjerkreim lobe of the Fongen-hyllingen layered intrusion layered intrusion in the Proterozoic part of the Fennoscandian Shield, South Norway, and is traced for over 20 km.

We model a distinct part of the anomaly where it narrows near the edge of the intrusion, and has an amplitude of − nT at 60 m above ground. The basic-ultrabasic Treknattan intrusion is an important example of a late intrusion in a solidified, evolved, layered complex and sheds light on possible mechanisms by which such associations may develop.

The Treknattan intrusion, emplaced into the basic Fongen-Hyllingen intrusion shortly after the latter had solidified, consists mainly of massive or weakly layered peridotite (olivine ± Cr. Thy P, Wilson JR () Primary igneous load-cast deformation structures in the fongen-hyllingen layered basic intrusion, Trondheim Region, Norway.

Geol Mag – Google Scholar Thy P, Jakobsen NN, Wilson JR () Fine-scale graded layers in the Fongen-Hyllingen gabbroic complex, Norway. Trondheim region, Norway J. Wilson, K. Esbensen & P.

Thy The Fongen-Hyllingen complex is a km 2 synorogenic layered gabbro complex situated in the central Norwegian Caledonides.

The complex has a contact aureole with cordi- erite, andalusite and sillimanite zones, all with additional. Geological Survey of Norway N Trondheim, Norway Tel.: 47 73 90 40 00 Telefax 47 73 92 16 20 REPORT Report no.: ISSN Grading: Open Title: The Rogaland Intrusive Massifs - an excursion guide.

() Effect of magnetic anisotropy on the natural remanent magnetization in the MCU IVe' layer of the Bjerkreim Sokndal Layered Intrusion, Rogaland, Southern Norway. Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR): Solid Earth. vol.

(2). Biedermann, Andrea Regina; McEnroe, Suzanne. A recent geologic map of the region has been compiled by the Geological Survey of Norway [Marker et al., ].

[4] The Egersund‐Ogna massif is the largest of the three anorthosites, composed of coarse (1–3 cm) homogeneous plagioclase of composition An 40–45 with local megacrysts of Al‐rich orthopyroxene and plagioclase. The margin of.

The km² Fongen-Hyllingen complex is a syn-Caledonian, layered mafic intrusion, located south-east of Trondheim, Norway. It crystallized at 5–6kb from a basaltic parent magma under elevated PH2O.

Aeromagnetic maps of the Egersund Mid-Proterozoic igneous province show a spectacular range of positive and negative magnetic anomalies with a contrast up to 15 nT.

The positive magnetic anomalies are over magnetite norites and overlying mangerites and quartz mangerites of the Bjerkreim- Sokndal layered intrusion.

Current Address: Geology Department Assiut Universoty: Office Tel.: Home Tel.: Mobile No.: Fax No.: E-Mail: mmahmad. Aeromagnetic maps of the Egersund Mid-Proterozoic igneous province show a spectacular range of positive and negative magnetic anomalies with a contrast up to 15 nT.

The positi. Trondheim - Kjøpmannsgata 5, Trondheim, Norway - IDN - International Development Norway. The Bruvann Ni-Cu deposit is situated in the northwestern part of the 70 km² Råna layered intrusion near Narvik in North Norway.

The intrusion is an intraorogenic body emplaced during a tensional episode within the Caledonian orogeny, and its primary features have been distrurbed bu late- and postmagmatic deformation.

In the last few years, Trondheim has established itself as Norway's leading cycling city. Bakklandet also has the world's first bicycle lift Trampe. The lift transpo, cyclists up the steep hill every year, and it can be used by up to five people at the same time.

Trondheim (UK: / ˈ t r ɒ n d h aɪ m, ˈ t r ɒ n h aɪ m /, US: / ˈ t r ɒ n h eɪ m /, Urban East Norwegian: [ˈtrɔ̂n(h)æɪm]; Southern Sami: Tråante; Kven: Tronjami; historically, Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem), is a city and municipality in Trøndelag county, has a population ofas ofand is the third most populous municipality in Norway, although the.

The province comprises three major anorthosite massifs (Egersund-Ogna, Åna Sira and Håland-Helleren), Norway’s largest layered intrusion (Bjerkreim-Sokndal), two smaller anorthosite bodies. Map of attractions in Trondheim.

Show attractions in list view with pictures. Joomla Template created with Themler. created with Themler. The major population and commercial centre of the region is the port of Trondheim, third largest city in Norway and the administrative centre of Sør-Trøndelag; Steinkjer (the administrative centre of Nord-Trøndelag), Namsos, and Levanger are other important towns.

Lumbering, fishing, farming, manufacturing, shipping, and mining are the basis of the regional economy. All about Trondheim, the biggest city in central Norway and the former Viking capital.

Old meets new in Trondheim. It’s full of history, yet is one of the biggest student cities in Norway. As the regional capital of central Norway, there’s tons going on around the year.

Welcome to Trondheim Get a taste of the city with this quick video tour: Now you’ve got an idea, dive into detail with. The form of the Fongen-Hyllingen gabbro complex, Trondheim Region, Norway. Middle ordovician gastropods, from the Hølonda area, Trondheim region, Norway.

Unusual nickel and copp er to noble-metal ratios from the Råna Layered Intrusion, northern Norway. Trondheim. Trondheim holds a special place in Norwegian history and culture.

It was the first capital of Norway, and is still the city where new kings receive their ceremonial blessing. Situated by the Trondheimsfjord, the city is surrounded by lovely forested hills, with.

The Hortavær intrusive complex, Norway, is a layered igneous complex that was assembled by multiple injections of magmas that ranged from gabbroic through granitic in composition.

Layering is defined by intrusive sheets that range from 10 cm to 2 m in thickness. Beyond Trondheim. If you are staying in the city for more than a couple of days, you may run out of obvious things to do once you've ticked off the main sights listed above.

But that's okay, because a visit to Trondheim is just as much about seeing the wider central Norway region as it is the city itself. Røros in the winter. Primary igneous load-cast deformation structures in the Fongen-Hyllingen layered basic intrusion, Trondheim region, Norway.

When we asked an expat living in Trondheim, Norway how to meet people there, he replied Orienteering is big here and I had never heard of it before There are groups that go out twice a week There are many many sports clubs you can join to meet people I met many people through an adult education course on the Norwegian language which also helped assimilate me into the culture.

Trondheim Directions {{::}} Sponsored Topics. Legal. Help. Get directions, maps, and traffic for Trondheim. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit.

@font-face. If you fancy something a little more adventurous, consider catching a boat to the historical island of Munkholmen for a great view of Trondheim from the sea. In terms of other outdoor activities, keen fishermen should visit the Nidelven River, which is one of Norway's best locations for catching salmon and trout, and swimmers of all ages will be spoilt for choice when it comes to taking a dip.

The Trøndelag region is the very heart of Norway. Placed right in the middle, with veins stretching out in every possible direction. From here, you can travel to the wild west. The Arctic north. The deep east. Or the happy south. Or you could just stay. For this is the perfect place to learn how to.

Books written by ICORN writers located in Norway are usually published by the publishing house Communicatio, which is also located in Trondheim. Trondheim’s four ICORN writers span a wide range of literary production; Musa Mutaev, from Chechnya came to Trondheim with his family in and has become a resident of the city.

Trondheim is a university town with a lively atmosphere, trendy cafes and restaurants, and plenty of pedestrian and bike-friendly roads. There’s even the world’ first—and only—bike lift up Trondheim’s steepest hill.

And of course, there are plenty of ways to get outdoors and experience Norway’s best adventures. This is one of the largest collections in the U.S. although the Trønderlag of America probably owns more recent books specific to Trøndelag. Digitalarkivet: Emigrants from Trondheim A searchable database of the emigrant records of those who emigrated from Norway by leaving from Trondheim, beginning with records.

H.S. Sørensen, J.R. Wilson Petrology of the Treknattan intrusion in the Fongen-Hyllingen complex, Trondheim region, Norway: a late intrusion into an evolved layered complex, Lit no (Sep ): –A lot of people live in Stjørdal, but work in Trondheim (and also vice versa due to Statoil and Trondheim Airport in Stjørdal).

Orcaborealis6 September (UTC) External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified one external link on Trondheim Region.

Please take a .(Trondheim, Sor-Trondelag, Norway) Located on the northern coastline of Norway and within the county of Sor-Trondelag, Trondheim is a large and prominent city.

AroundNorwegians currently call Trondheim their home, making this the third biggest of all Norway's cities and municipalities.