2 edition of Metallogenetic map, northern Fennoscandia found in the catalog.
Metallogenetic map, northern Fennoscandia
by Nordkalott Project
Written in English
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Fennoscandia (Finnish: Fennoskandia; Swedish: Fennoskandien; Norwegian: Fennoskandia; Russian: Фенноскандия Fennoskandiya) or the Fennoscandian Peninsula is the geographical peninsula comprising the Scandinavian and Kola Peninsulas, mainland Finland, and Karelia. Administratively this roughly encompasses the mainlands of Finland, Norway and Sweden, as well as Murmansk Oblast, Adjacent bodies of water: Arctic Sea, Atlantic Ocean. The North in the Old English Orosius: A Geographical Narrative in Context Volume 73 of Mémoires de la Société néo-philologique à Helsingfors, ISSN Author: Irmeli Valtonen: Publisher: Société Néophilologique, ISBN: , Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefManMissing: Metallogenetic.
Geological Surveys of Finland, Norway and Sweden (d) Map of Quaternary Geology, Sheet 5: Ice Flow Directions, Northern Fennoscandia. ISBN ISBN Google ScholarCited by: 7. ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES IN NORTHERN KVENLAND. Archaeological discoveries related to the ancient Kvens have been made all around Northern Fennoscandia, including – but not limited to – Oulu (e.g. in Kierikki), the Torne Valley region, the White Sea region, and in what today are Northern Norway and Northern g: Metallogenetic.
Steam Workshop: Age of Empires II (). A giant geaopgraphical map of Fennoscandia (northern baltic region) based on the ancient petty Kingdoms that ruled and fought over the rich fjords for cultivation and commerce around the year AD,Missing: Metallogenetic. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Phytogeography of Northern Europe: British Isles, Fennoscandia, and Adjacent Areas by Eilif Dahl (Trade Paper) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Missing: Metallogenetic.
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Northern Fennoscandia. Responsibility: compiled at the Geological Surveys of Finland, Norway, and Sweden ; this map is a result of Nordic collaboration supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers ; this map is a result of the Nordkalott Project, a joint venture ().
Geochemical Atlas of Northern Fennoscandia. Scale, maps with 17 pages of text explanation. [Kautsky, G. et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geochemical Atlas of Northern Fennoscandia. Scale, maps Author: G.
et al. Kautsky. Metallogenetic Map of Northern Fennoscandia. Publication year: Description Country:FI.
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Aeromagnetic anomaly map, northern Fennoscandia: total intensity referred to DGRF Responsibility compiled at Geological Surveys of Finland, Norway, and Sweden ; this map is a result of Nordic collaboration supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers ; this map is a result of the Nordkalott Project, a joint venture ().
This book aims to give the first comprehensive explanation of the metallogenic areas of Fennoscandia, which have recently been described in the Metallogenic Map of the Fennoscandian Shield. The description is accompanied by five printed maps: a bedrock map, a mineral and bedrock resource map, a metamorphic, structural, and isotopic age map, and two maps with geophysical data.
This is the fifth volume in the Oxford Regional Environments series. The series is devoted to major regions of the world, each presenting a detailed and up-to-date body of scientific knowledge concerning a particular region.
Fennoscandia is composed of Finland ('Fennia' in Latin) and the Scandinavian peninsula (Norway and Sweden). A team of experts presents the physical geographical factors 5/5(1).
Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 39 () 49 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Geochemical and metallogenic provinces: a discussion initiated by results from geochemical mapping across northern Fennoscandia B. Brlvikena't, G.
Kullerudb and R.R. Loucksb aGeological Survey of Norway, P.O. BoxLade, N Trondheim, Norway b Department of Earth and Atmospheric Cited by: Frietsch, R. a n d others,T h e metallogenetic m a p of northern Fennoscandia. Gaál, G., a n d Gorbatschev, R., 1 9 8 8, Tectonic s e t t i n g of Proterozoic v o l c a n i s m a n d associated ore deposits: IGrCP Field Conference in F i n l a n d and S w e d Cited by: 1.
A few higher concentrations of secondary copper ores, containing % Cu, are reported in the explanatory booklet of the Metallogenetic Map of Greece (National Foundation of. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Gravity anomaly map, northern Fennoscandia: terrain corrected Bouguer anomalies in SearchWorks catalogMissing: Metallogenetic. Get this from a library. Maps of northern Fennoscandia: exposition of Nordkalott maps, 28th IGC, July, Washington, D.C., USA.
[Juha V Korhonen; Nordkalott Project.; Geologian tutkimuskeskus (Finland); Norges geologiske undersøkelse.; Sveriges geologiska undersökning.;] -- Catalogue of an exhibition of maps of the geology, gravity anomalies, geomorphology minerals, geochemistry Missing: Metallogenetic.
Fennoscandia or Fenno-Scandinavia is the region including the Scandinavian Peninsula, Finland, Karelia, and the Kola Peninsula. The term usually covers the countries Finland, Norway, and Sweden in their entireties. It also includes a part of name comes from the Latin words Fennia (which means Finland) and Scandia (which means Scandinavia).
Missing: Metallogenetic. Fennoscandia encompasses Sweden, Murmansk Oblast, and a large part of Karelia, Finland, Northern Leningrad Oblast, and Norway. Fennoscandia was coined from the Latin term Fennia meaning Finland and Scandia meaning Scandinavian.
Wilhelm Ramsay, a Finnish geologist, was the first person to use the name Fennoscandia in Geology of FennoscandiaMissing: Metallogenetic.
The amount of CSS data available for northern Fennoscandia, however, is relatively small compared to its southern part, leaving large areas without previously available data on Moho depth (see Fig.
In addition, the existing Moho maps for northern Fennoscandia disagree significantly even in their large-scale features, see e.g.Cited by: The Phytogeography of Northern Europe: British Isles, Fennoscandia, and Adjacent Areas 1st Edition by Eilif Dahl (Author) › Visit Amazon's Eilif Dahl Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by: Interpolated geochemical map of Cu in till (grey shades) and feather indicated (proportional-size dots), Utsjoki-Inari area, northern Finnish Lapland. 16 E. Pulkkinen, K.
Rissanen / Journal of Geochemical Exploration 59 () which lies about km to the east of the southeast- Cited by: Metallogenetic Map, Northern Fennoscandia, Julkaisusarja: Nordkalott Maps, Volyymi: 14, Hinta: 5€, ISBN: Näytä tarkemmat tiedot Sulje tarkemmat tiedot.
Geological setting The investigated mineralizations occur in Palaeo- proterozoic, Ga old, volcanic and sedi- mentary rocks. Oldest among the Palaeoproterozoic Fig. Regional outline of northern Fennoscandia. Inset map marks the study by: 3. The Fennoscandia with the Nordic countries has its own distinctive environments, landscapes, natural ingredients, seasons, history, community, customs, tradition, and culture.
Their contribution to the global community is g: Metallogenetic. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 26 cm: Contents: Preface / John Birks Introduction.The history of the peninsula. The Nomadic Sami peoples (Lapps) are the indigenous inhabitants of northern Fennoscandia.
In the 7 -5th millennium BC, the northern part of the region was already occupied. In the 3rd and 2nd millennium, the peninsula was occupied by people who came from the south that is the territory of the modern g: Metallogenetic.You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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