NJG56-2-07
1976
Gravimetric indications of basement undulations below the Cambro-Silurian deposits of Røros, southern Norway
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195-202

The first part of this study indicates that the serpentinite complex at Randhammeren, Røros, is a rather thin lens-like body. An extensive residual gravity anomaly (about 10 mgal, approximately 15 km wide) covers a greater area than the outcropping serpentinite complex. A possible explanation for this is an undulating basement topography beneath the Cambro-Silurian rock sequence in the area. This postulated undulation is in agreement with geologic observations on the granitic basement where it is exposed in several windows.

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