The schists near Molde form a syncline in the North-Western Gneiss Area of Southern Norway. They are mainly mica schist and green schist. The mica schist is believed by the author to correspond to the Røros Group of the Trondhjem Region, and the green schist to the Bymark-Støren Group of the same area, which would date them as Cambro-Lower Ordovician. The folding of the schists, and a trondhjemitization - granitization of a part of the mica schist, are of Caledonian age.
Trondhjemsskifrene ved Molde.
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