The thesis represents an attempt to relate and analyse the relations between neutral Norway and the major belligerent powers in the war of 1914-1918. Part 1 consists of an introductory survey of the position of neutrality as a legal status at the outbreak of war, illustrating the illusoriness of trying to regulate the position of neutrality without some measure of foresight into the nature of the coming conflict.
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|Subject||Norway World War, 1914-1918 Economic aspects Neutrality|
The Lofoten-Vesterålen province of North Norway consists almost exclusively of Precambrian granulite-facies rocks. The oldest rocks in the province are monzonitic and dioritic migmatitic gneisses, the protoliths of which were formed at 2.7 Ga.
The migmatites are overlain by a series of supracrustal gneisses, from 2.1 Ga, largely volcanogenic in origin, but with interbedded marbles and banded ironstones. The first occurrence of marble i ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Wade, Stephen James Rochfort.;|
|Subject||Norway Lofoten (Norway) Isotope geology Granulite Geology, Stratigraphic Migmatite Earth Crust|
Part of the Western Gneiss Region (WGR) of Norway has been mapped in western Sognefjord. Five major tectonostratigraphic units underlying low-grade Devonian metasediments have been recognized: the Basement Gneisses (BG), Lower, Middle, and Upper Mafic Units (LMU, MMU, UMU), and Hyllestad Schists (HS). All the units have been affected by polyphase deformation. Five different styles of deformation have been recognized across the field area, repr ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Bailey, David Elliott.;|
|Subject||Norway Sogne Fjord (Norway) Metamorphism (Geology) Metamorphic rocks Earth Crust|