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Occurence 1813 - 315 Tosbotn
(Object Id: 15941)
(Last updated: 08.02.2005)

Location
County: Nordland Municipality: Brønnøy (1813)
Map 1:50000: Tosbotn (1825-1) Map 1:250000: Mosjøen
Coordinate system: EU89-UTM Zone 33
East: 409699 m. North: 7242699 m.
Longitude: 13.0634990 Latitude: 65.2948300
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Resource
Resource Type: Silica Resource Subtype: Quartzite

Importance
Raw material meaning: Little Importance (reg. 18.02.2015)


Mineralization
Genesis: Form:
Main texture: Min. distribution:
Main grain size:
Strike/Dip: Direction:
Plunge:
Stratigraphic classification of host rock
Era: Paleozoic Period:
Province: Caledonides
Geotec.unit: Helgeland Nappe Complex
Tectonic complex:
Igneous complex:
Group: Formation:

Information(s) in free text format
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Et smalt, urent kvartsittlag som strekker seg i flere kilometers lengde fra Tosentunnelen og nordover.

Bibliography:
From NGU's Reference Archive:
Gustavson, Magne , 1988
Mosjøen. Berggrunnsgeologisk kart M 1 : 250 000. Beskrivelse.
;Norges geologiske undersøkelse;KARTBESKRIVELSE; BOK;Skrifter; No.87;1 - 42 pages
Abstract:
The principal geological and tectonostratigraphic divisions of the bedrock within the area of mapsheet Mosjøen are: (1) Precambrian basement rocks with minor occurrences of possible Cambrian cover sediments, (2) the Susendalen Nappe, (3) the Seve-Køli Nappe Complex, (4) the Rødingsfjell Nappe, and (5) the Helgeland Nappe Complex. Short accounts of economic geology (ores and industrial minerals) are given.


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