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Facies Architecture and Paleogeography of the Battfjellet Formation, Rypefjellet, Spitsbergen
(The University of Bergen, 2010-06-01)
The shallow marine sandstones of the Battfjellet Fm are part of a regressive mega-sequence that represent the last stages of infilling of the Paleogene Central Basin in Spitsbergen. The Battfjellet Fm is believed to be of ...
Fracture-generated permeability and groundwater yield in Norway
(Norges geologiske undersøkelse, 2002)
The transport of groundwater in bedrock is largely determined by interconnected fractures and their apertures. The conditions by which fractures become interconnected are thus of primary importance in understanding ...
Variability of precipitation in complex terrain and the investigation of representativeness of a single point measurement for the Matre Hydro System, Western Norway.
(The University of Bergen, 2009-06-08)
Orography is strongly affecting precipitation. Especially over complex terrain, the precipitation fields can show high spatial variability even over very small scales. In cooperation between the power company BKK ...
Impulsive overflatekilder for seismisk prospektering
(The University of Bergen, 2003)
Senglasiale vulkanske askelag i innsjøsedimenter på Vestlandet
(The University of Bergen, 2006-03-15)
A sediment core from a peat bog on Dimnøy at Sunnmøre, western Norway has been investigated in order to search for volcanic ash horizons. A new volcanic ash with a geochemistry more or less identical to the rhyolitic ...
The development of oxygen content in the Greenland Sea from 1993 to 2008. A study of convection depth and deep layer changes.
(The University of Bergen, 2009-05-25)
In previous years the hydrography in the Greenland Sea have been investigated based on temperature and salinity observations along with different transient tracers. In this work annual zonal sections, averaged values of ...
Numerical simulation of turbidity currents: a new perspective for small- and large-scale sedimentological experiments
(The University of Bergen, 2007)
Turbidity currents are a variety of subaqueous sediment-gravity flows, in which the suspension of sediment by water turbulence produces a water-sediment mixture that is denser than the ambient water and hence flows due to ...
Applied Structural Geology – Case Studies of Underground Constructions and Rockslides
(The University of Bergen, 2008-02-26)
An understanding of the structural elements in the sub-surface is of great importance when establishing new constructions in bedrock, or surveying areas prone to rockslides. In this thesis the focus has been on combining ...
Facies composition and scaling of extensional faults in sedimentary rocks and its applications to modelling of fault zones
(The University of Bergen, 2010-01-08)