Norwegen
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2154
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BAARLI, B.G. (1995):

Orthacean and strophomenid brachiopods from the Lower Silurian of the central Oslo Region. 93 S., 13 Abb., 50 Tab., 19 Taf.,
GS46(4)
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Der Geschiebesammler 4 (2013):

Matthias Bräunlich: Rogaland - seltsame Gesteine und dicke Maschinen. 111-116; Joachim Kahlke: Neufund eines vierstrahligen Cyclasters. 117-119; Jörg-Florian Jensch: Korrekturen zu Bestimmungspraxis Rhombenporphyre. 120; Karlheinz Krause: Einige Notizen zum Oslo-Basaltmandelstein. 121-124; Alfred Buchholz & Klaus-Dieter Jänicke: Spuren möglicher biogener und anderer sedimentärer Strukturen in einem Geschiebe des Paradoxissimus-Konglomerates von Rügen / Vorpommern. 125-131; Wolfgang Bilz: Geschiebefunde von den Abbruchkanten der Eckernförder Bucht. 12. Feuersteine. 133-148;
3139
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EBBESTAD, J.O.R. (1999):

Trilobites of the Tremadoc Bjorkåholmen Formation in the Oslo Region, Norway. 118 S., 85 Abb.,
[Ein sehr gutes Bestimmungsbuch für die Trilobitenfauna des Ceratopyge-Kalkes und gleichaltrigen Bildungen. Sehr empfehlenswert.]
3810
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ENGELHARDT, G. (2002):

Syringomorpha nilsoni (Torell): Ein problematisches Spurenfossil aus dem Unterkambrium Skandinaviens. Mit: JACOBI, P.: Als Geschiebesammler in Norwegen. 44 S., zahlr. Abb.,
[Der Geschiebesammler.]
4132
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HANSEN, J. (2008):

Upper Ordovician brachiopods from the Arnestad and Frognerkilen formations in the Oslo-Asker district, Norway. - 100 S., 26 Abb., 52 Tab., 12 Taf.;
Investigations of the brachiopod fauna from the Upper Ordovician Arnestad and Frognerkilen formations in the Oslo-Asker district of Norway have expanded the knowledge about the brachiopods occupying the western margin of Baltica during the Late Ordovician. The fauna comprises 57 species representing 15 linguliformean, 3 craniiformean and 28 rhynchonelliformean genera, including one new linguliformean genus, Osloella n. gen., and 15 new species representing all three subphyla. The inarticulate fauna in the studied interval generally shows affinities to the deeper part of the Floian Elkania-Acrotreta Community, which characterized offshore muddy environments in the Lower to Middle Ordovician of Bohemia. Though the taxonomic diversity is low to moderate, this inarticulate fauna comprises many ecological groups ranging from the dominant endobenthic to the epizoan lifestyle. The ecospace utilization of the rhynchonelliformean brachiopods is moderately diverse and strongly resembles that of older non-Baltic carbonate platforms. The most striking difference is the dominance of the liberosessile strophomenides, which appear to have diversified and expanded into more distal environments since Dapingian time. Changes in diversity and composition of brachiopod guilds and taxa suggest an overall shallowing in the Oslo-Asker district during the Haljala to Oandu. This shallowing resulted in a major influx of more shallow-water taxa and coincided with the main breakdown of provinciality between Baltica and Avalonia during the Keila. Statistical analyses suggest that though the taxa from Avalonia apparently first appeared in the east Baltic, a greater proportion of the Baltoscandian taxa occurring in the Oslo Region spread to Avalonia resulting in greater affinities between these two provinces than between Avalonia and the other parts of Baltica.
4206
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HANSEN, T. (2009):

Trilobites of the Middle Ordovician Elnes Formation of the Oslo Region, Norway. - 224 S., zahlr. Abb.,
The highly fossiliferous upper Darriwilian to lower Sandbian Elnes Formation of Norway presents an interesting insight into the general responses and preferences of Lower Palaeozoic faunas belonging to a stable, mud dominated middle to outer shelf environment in connection with a major transgressive to regressive system tract. The rich trilobite fauna consisting of nearly 100 taxa is closely linked to the changes in the environment, being most abundant in a muddy and siliciclastic dominated environment just above storm wave base. The fauna is highly endemic for the region and the remainder of Baltoscania. This monograph presents a taxonomic description of the total trilobite fauna, including a new genus and seven hitherto unknown species. New and extensive biostratigraphical data is presented on the trilobites together with a study on the biogeographical and ecological aspects of the faunas.
Best.-Nr.: 16-3429
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HEINTZ, N. (1964):

Mesozoiske oeglefunn fra Norge og Svalbard. 40 S., ? Abb.,
Best.-Nr.: 16-3425
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HOEL, A. & WERENSKIOLD, W. (1962):

Glaciers and Snowfields in Norway. 291 S., ? Abb.,
GS46(2-3)
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JENSCH, J.-F. (2013):

Bestimmungspraxis Rhombenporphyre. - 57 S., 35 farb. Abb., 3 Tab., 1 Kt., 18 Farbtaf.;
Eine sehr brauchbare Bestimmungshilfe für Geschiebefunde der norwegischen Rhombenporphyre.
3552
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KIAER, J. (1899):

Die Korallenfauna der Etage 5 des norwegischen Silursystems. 60 S., 7 Taf.; Mit: BROILI, F.: Ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis von Eryops megacephalus. 24 S., 3 Taf.; Mit: STICKLER, L.: Über den microskopischen Bau der Faltenzähne von Eryops megacephalus. 10 S.,
Owen 1981
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OWEN, A.W. (1981):

The Ashgill trilobites of the Oslo Region. - 88 S., 3 Abb., 2 Tab., 17 Taf.,
Palaeontographica.
4142
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RAMBERG, I.B. & BRYNHI, I. & NÖTTVED, A. (2007):

The Making of a Land – Geology of Norway. - 624 S., 950 meist farbige Abb., 1 geol. Kt. 1 : 2.000.000.

The making of a land – Geology of Norway takes the reader on a journey in geological time, from primordial times to the present day. A fantastic journey from the summits of Norway's spectacular rugged and weather-beaten mountains to the riches concealed in the sedimentary rocks on the continental shelf. This book displays the treasures of Norwegian geology for everyone to see.



Norway's geological resources represent the foundation of its welfare state. During several centuries first the mining, and then the oil, industries have been economic mainstays, and this will continue in the future. New technologies and the efforts of the oil companies have brought wealth to the country, and given us new insights into the mysteries of "hidden Norway".

The Norwegian edition has been avarded the Gold Prize for design, named 'The Year’s Most Beautiful Scientific Encyclopedia 2007' in the class of technical literature.

In Englisch. Auch in Norwegisch lieferbar.

699
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STASINSKA, A. (1967):

Tabulata from Norway, Sweden and from erratic boulders of Poland. 112 S., 14 Abb., 6 Tab., 38 Taf.,
3374
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STEMVERS-VAN BEMMEL, J. ET AL. (1994):

Noorwegen. 44 S., viele Abb., 4 Farbtaf.,
[Exkursionführer, Mineralien, Gesteine und wenige Fossilien. Eine gute Einführung in die Geologie Norwegens. In holländisch.]
2500
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TJERNVIK, T.E. (1955):

Nericiaspis, a new genus of proparian olenids. 4 S., 1 Taf.; MIT KAUTSKY, F.: Der Bau des Westrandes der svionischen Leptitzone im Gebiet der Zinkgrube von Åmmeberg. 24 S., 3 Abb., Mit: ASKLUND, B.: Norges Geologi och fjällkedjeproblemen. 19 S., 6 Abb.,