Geochemical atlas of northern Fennoscandia

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Statementmapped by the Geological Surveys of Finland (GTK), Norway (NGU) and Sweden (SGU) in cooperation with the Swedish Geological Company (SGAB) and the Geological Survey of Greenland (GGU) ; compiled by subproject leader: B. Bølviken (NGU) ... [et al.] ; project leader: G. Kautsky (SGU).
ContributionsBølviken, B., Kautsky, G.
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LC ClassificationsG2050C5 G46 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination1 atlas (19 p., 155 leaves of plates) :
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Open LibraryOL18080490M
ISBN 109171583831

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Geochemical atlases are maps or databases providing regional coverage for a given media type (soil, sediment, groundwater, rocks, etc) at a large scale. They often cover a whole country or a larger region. They may be designed for the needs of mineral exploration, agriculture, land planning or risk management, but in most cases, they may also be used for other purposes.

Geochemical atlas of northern Fennoscandia / mapped by the Geological Surveys of Finland (GTK), Norway (NGU) and Sweden (SGU) in cooperation with the Swedish Geological Company (SGAB) and the Geological Survey of Greenland (GGU) ; compiled by subproject leader: B.

Bølviken [et al.] ; project leader: G. Kautsky. The analyses presented in this advanced atlas are for those soil samples collected for the National Soil Inventory by the Soil Survey of England and Wales (now the National Soil Resources Institute, Cranfield University, UK) as described in McGrath and Loveland 1 () in the original Soil Geochemical Atlas of England and Wales.

Geochemical Atlas of Europe. Part 1 - Background Information, Methodology and Maps. Geochemical Atlas of northern Fennoscandia contains all the geochemical maps as well as a selection of geological and geophysical maps, at a scale of 1: 4 million in A4 format (B~ilviken et al.

The principal hard copy product of the G-BASE project is a series of regional geochemical atlases. The Index map of geochemical atlases shows more detail on the extent of each region.

The majority of atlases are for stream sediments; with data on stream waters and soils included when available. In addition the Geochemical Atlas of northern Fennoscandia contains all the geochemical maps as well as a selection of geological and geophysical maps, at a scale of 1 Cited by: 4 GEOCHEMICAL ATLAS OF NORTHERN EUROPE - INTERPRETATION.

For Fennoscandia, the geographical base map from the geological map of the Fennoscandian Shield (Koistinen et al. ) was used. The geographical map of the territory of the Baltic countries was compiled by the Geological Survey of Lithuania. The Geochemical Atlas of Northern.

FOREGS Geochemical Atlas of Europe, Part 1: Background Information, Methodology and Maps Book · January with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. JOURNAL OF GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION E LS EV I E R Journal of Geochemical Exploration 51 () Geochemical maps of Finland and Sweden N.

Gustavssona, E. Lampioa, B. Nilssonb, G. Norbladc, F. Rosb, R. Salminena aGeological Survey of Finland, FIN Espoo, Finland bSwedish Environmental and Exploration Co, S Uppsala, Sweden CThe Swedish National Board for Cited by: The similar term Fenno-Scandinavia is sometimes used as a synonym for Fennoscandia.

Both terms are sometimes used in English to refer to a cultural or political grouping of Finland with Denmark, Sweden, and Norway (Scandinavia), which is a subset of the Nordic countries.

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See alsoAdjacent bodies of water: Arctic Sea, Atlantic Ocean. Jul 01,  · Hydrogeochemistry and sensitivity to acidification of streamwaters in crystalline areas of northern Fennoscandia M.

Kontio, P. Lehmuspelto, T. Lindholm, J. Magnusson, R-T. Ottensen, A. Steenfelt, and T. Volden,Geochemical atlas of northern Fennoscandia. Scale Mapped by the Geological Surveys of Finland, Norway and Sweden Cited by: 8.

Nov 20,  · New book: Geochemical Atlas of Sweden. The Geochemical Atlas of Sweden presents a national compilation of soil geochemistry. With this atlas, SGU provides information on natural occurrence of elements and their spread in soil and water.

The book is richly illustrated with maps, statistics and descriptions of the properties of elements. (Geochemical survey of northern Fennoscandia), with the participa- Xuejing led another project of the ‘76 Geochemical Element Atlas of Southwestern China’, which is the first orientation study to deter- ley et al.

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& Miko, S. (Editors), Geochemical Atlas of the Republic of Croatia. Croatian Geological Survey, Zagreb, 87 pp. The 1 st International Applied Geological Congress, Department of Geology, Islamic Azad University - Mashad Branch, Iran, April Pedogeochemical exploration for base metals and Ag in Tale-e-Messy area in the enorthwest of Bam (Kerman, Iran) Kazem Gholizadeh1,*, Iraj Rasa2, Masud Alipour asl3, Rahim Dabiri1 1-Department of geology, Faculty of sciences, Islamic Azad University of.

English: Geological maps of Fennoscandia — of Northern Europe. Fennoscandia and Fenno-Scandinavia are geographic and geological terms used to describe the Scandinavian Peninsula, Finland, Karelia, and the Kola Peninsula. This lecture note covers the following topics: Principles of Geochemistry, Chemical composition of the crust and selected rocks, Moles, atomic weights, bonding, Thermodynamics, Acids and Bases, Feldspar Weathering and Evaporites, Carbonate equilibrium, Clay Minerals and Cation Exchange, Rare Earth Elements and Magma, Dating, Geochemical Systems.

Fennoscandia. Valaam Island. In the Northern part of lake Ladoga, called in the ancient times nevo, there are Kostomukshsky State Nature Kostomukshsky State Natural Reserve is located in the territory of the Republic of Karelia within Muezersky and State Nature Reserve Pasvik.

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Fennoscandia had been believed as a stable region where few of weak earthquakes occured until the s (Mörner, ). InKujansuu estimated the existence of post-glacial fault (PGF) scarps in northern Finland and his research brought on findings that several spots in Finland, Sweden and Norway experienced major earthquakes (M.

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Nov 08,  · the Fennoscandian Shield underlying Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Northern Denmark; Baltic Shield. (culture) the culture group comprising the Finnic, Sami, and Scandinavian cultures.

Usage notes. Unlike the term ‘Nordic countries’, Fennoscandia does not include Iceland, Greenland, or other geographically disconnected overseas areas. November Current Status of Applied Geochemistry Research in Europe: Benedetto De Vivo, AAG Regional Councillor ([email protected]) The EuroGeoSurveys Geochemistry Expert Group (which has succeeded the WEGS and FOREGS Geochemistry Working Groups) is very active in continental-scale applied geochemical projects.Lapland is a sub arctic region located in northern Fennoscandia, which covers, from east to west, Murmansk Oblast in the Russian Federation, the county of North Ostrobothnia in Finland, Norbotten County in Sweden and the counties of Finnmark and Troms in Norway, a region which consists of aroundpeople and covers an area of aroundsquare kilometers.Title Some features of winter climate in northern Fennoscandia Abstract The harsh winter climate of northern Fennoscandia creates an excellent environment for testing the technical durability of vehicles in extreme conditions.

A growing economic activity in the region is testing the performance of cars and snow tyres in these winter conditions.