NGT41-2/3/4-04
1961
Strukturelle iakttagelser ved noen norske kisforekomster - Structural observations on some Norwegian sulphide deposits
41
2, 3, 4
173-196

A number of deposits of sulphide ores in Norway are to be found in minor basins in the Caledonian geosyncline. The ore deposits are separated into cigar-shaped ore bodies which are arranged "en echelon". Their relationship to the basins is described and an explanation for the relationship is given.

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