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Transgressive development of coal-bearing coastal plain to shallow marine setting in a flexural compressional basin, Paleocene, Svalbard, Arctic Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2008-09-08)
The most extensive Paleogene succession on Svalbard, in the Arctic north of Norway, is found in the Central Tertiary Basin of Spitsbergen. It consists of a clastic basin fill of mudstone, sandstone, coal and rare ...
Deltaic clinothems − Digital data capture, geometries, and reservoir implications
(The University of Bergen, 2008-12-15)
Subsurface reservoir models are typically limited by a lack of spatially accurate geometric data on bedform architecture and geometry, which are key controls on fluid flow. Outcrop analogues have long been utilized as a ...
Deformation bands in porous sandstones, their microstructure and petrophysical properties
(The University of Bergen, 2008-02-27)
Deformation bands are commonly thin tabular zones of crushed or reorganized grains that form in highly porous rocks and sediments. Unlike a fault, typically the slip is negligible in deformation bands. In this dissertation ...
Late Weichselian relative sea-level changes and glacial history in Hordaland, Western Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2006-05-19)
Two well dated lateglacial relative sea-level curves have been constructed from Hordaland, western Norway, by the isolation basin method. The easternmost curve is based on six basins from the Os area, close to the Younger ...
Paleoceanography and paleoclimate in the Nordic Seas and the northern North Atlantic during the last 22 000 years
(The University of Bergen, 2006-09-01)
The paleoceanography of the Nordic Seas and the northern North Atlantic during glacial and deglacial times was studied, using oxygen isotopes and Mg/Ca of foraminifera. The specific objectives are listed below: 1) Sea ...