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Undergraduate student of geology who write of everything that interests her in geology. Focusing on regional geology of Scania, southern Sweden, mineralogy and petrology.
A tale of the research about the tuff at Djupadal. And some important conclusions about science.... Read more »
Augustsson, C. (2001) Lapilli tuff as evidence of Early Jurassic Strombolian-type volcanism in Scania, southern Sweden. GFF. DOI: 10.1080/11035890101231023
E. Svedmark. (1883) Mikroskopisk undersökning af dé vid Djupadal i Skåne förekommande basaltbergarterna. GFF. DOI: 10.1080/11035898309444104
Tullberg, S. A., & Nathorst, A. G. (1880) Meddelande om en växtlemningar innehållande basaltvacka - vid Djupadal i Skåne. GFF. info:/10.1080/11035898009444984
Since I have found several nice papers describing the geological history of the Baltic shield, and therefore also of Sweden and Scania I had the great idea of writing an overview of these papers. Later on I just may focus more in depth on some of the interesting events that has occurred, but it is reasonable to begin with an overview. My hope is that it will be rather short, but I am afraid that it will not. This is the first installment of this series.... Read more »
Bogdanova, S.V., Bingen, B., Gorbatschev, R., Kheraskova, T.N., Kozlov, V.I., Puchkov, V.N., . (2008) The East European Craton (Baltica) before and during the assembly of Rodinia. Precambrian Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.precamres.2007.04.024
Description of a new mineral named Panguite found in carbonaceous chondrite.... Read more »
Chi Ma, Oliver Tschauner, John R. Beckett, George R. Rossman, and Wenjun Liu. (2012) Panguite, (Ti4 ,Sc,Al,Mg,Zr,Ca)1.8O3, a new ultra-refractory titania mineral from the Allende meteorite: Synchrotron micro-diffraction and EBSD American Mineralogist. American Mineralogist. DOI: 10.2138/am.2012.4027
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