DGU Årbog 1979

Bent Aaby (Editor)

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    Svend Th. Andersen: The relative pollen productivity of the common forest trees in the early Holocene in Denmark

    Poul Erik Nielsen: Distinguishing between tills of different geneses from Korsør Lystskov, Denmark

    Søren Nielsen and Dieke Postma: An apparatus for temporal sampling without air contact of pore water from swamp sediments

    Ole Bjørslev Nielsen: A sedimentological minerological investigation of the Tertiary sediments from the borehole M-2X in Central Trough , North Sea

    Henrik Friis, Ole Bjørslev Nielsen , Else Marie Friis, and Basil Eric Balme: Sedimentological and palaeobotanical investigations of a Miocene sequence at Lavsbjerg, Central Jutland, Denmark

    Gunver Krarup Pedersen and Palle Rubrek Andersen: Depositional environments, diagenetic history and source areas of some Bunter Sandstones in northern Jutland

    Tove Birkelund og Gunver Krarup Pedersen: Middle Volgian ammonites an trace fossils from the Frederikshavn Member of the Bream Formation, northern Jutland

    Olaf Michelsen: Cytheropteron? Jutlandicum n.n. pro Cytheropheron? foveolatum Michelsen, 1975

    Jens Morten Hansen og Claus Heinberg: Geologiske kriterier for placering af A-kraftværker: Et resume af USAs lovgivning og dens anvendelsesmuligheder på danske forhold

    Tom Svane Petersen and lb Sørensen: XRF2: A fortran programme for treatment of XRF-data obtained with an absolutely calibrated XRF-spectrometer

    Inger Bang: Foraminifera from the type section of the engubina Zone and Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary localities in Jylland, Denmark

    Publications issued 1979
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCopenhagen
    Number of pages167
    ISBN (Print)87-421-0724-5
    Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 1980

    Publication series

    SeriesGeological Survey of Denmark Yearbook

    Programme Area

    • Programme Area 1: Data


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