The background for the North Greenland Project, one of the largest and most ambitious geological programmes undertaken by the Geological Survey of Greenland, is outlined. Aspects of the physiography and history of research are briefly recounted prior to a discussion of the cartographic and logistic problems associated with fieldwork along the northern coast of Greenland. The principal scientific results of the project are enumerated.
|Bulletin Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse
- Programme Area 4: Mineral Resources