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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2005
Journal of the Geological Society (2005) 162 (4): 675–687.
...Haakon Fossen; Charles A. Hurich Abstract The Hardangerfjord Shear Zone is a more than 600 km long low-angle extensional structure that affects the South Norway and North Sea Caledonides. The ductile shear zone, which shows total maximum onshore displacement of the order of 10–15 km, is primarily...
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( a ) Geological map of the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> area, showing the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span>...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 2.  ( a ) Geological map of the Hardangerfjord area, showing the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone, brittle faults and extensional transport directions along the shear zone. The NE extension of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone is not indicated as it is covered by the Caledonian Jotun Nappe. ( b
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Lineations related to down-to-NW shear from the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> Shear Zone (...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 5.  Lineations related to down-to-NW shear from the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone (rose) and orientation of segments along the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone (great circles). The average trend of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone is indicated. (See text for discussion.)
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Schematic evolution of the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> Shear Zone and related brittle fa...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 10.  Schematic evolution of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone and related brittle faults. ( a ) The Hardangerfjord Shear Zone initiates as the top-to-NW shearing (Mode I extension) affects the décollement. ( b ) Accumulated offset on the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone inactivates the décollement
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Regional map of the North Sea region, showing the main fault trends and the...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 6.  Regional map of the North Sea region, showing the main fault trends and the location of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone and related shear zones. (Note how the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone lines up with the Ling depression and the Highland Boundary Fault–Midland Valley.) HFZ, Hardangerfjord
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Kinematic indicators from the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> Shear Zone showing top-to-NW s...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 4.  Kinematic indicators from the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone showing top-to-NW sense of shear. ( a ) Shear bands in phyllite–micaschist near Aurland (west of Lœrdal). ( b ) Shear zone structures in Precambrian basement near Bruravik. ( c ) S–C structures in mafic magmatic rock in the basement
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Location of stations in Sognefjord and <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span>.
Published: 01 November 2007
TEXT-FIGURE 1 Location of stations in Sognefjord and Hardangerfjord.
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Geological map of SW Norway, showing the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> Shear Zone in relat...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 1.  Geological map of SW Norway, showing the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone in relation to other structures in the region. Major shear zones (Mode II extension) are shown as thick green lines. BASZ, Bergen Arc Shear Zone; NSD, Nordfjord–Sogn Detachment. The four deep seismic lines discussed later
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Profile across the <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> Shear Zone. (For location, see  Fig. 2a ....
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 3.  Profile across the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone. (For location, see Fig. 2a .)
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The <span class="search-highlight">Hardangerfjord</span> Shear Zone imaged on four depth-converted deep seismic l...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 9.  The Hardangerfjord Shear Zone imaged on four depth-converted deep seismic lines. The package of reflectors (indicated by arrows) is aligned with the onshore trend of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone. The velocity profile used for depth conversion is shown. Dashed line represents replacement
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Regional map of the uppermost basement surface, constructed from 1:250 000 ...
Published: 01 July 2005
along the SE side of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone.) A profile is shown, indicating the deviation from the general dome trend near the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone. FU, footwall uplift (see text for discussion).
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 September 2014
Geology (2014) 42 (9): 791–794.
... (Hardangerfjord shear zone) and a major oppositely dipping Moho-offsetting shear zone in the lower crust and upper mantle. The latter shear zone may have a true displacement close to 50 km and appears to offset the Moho vertically by ∼10 km, extending downward beyond the 50 km depth limit of the seismic data...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2013
GSA Bulletin (2013) 125 (7-8): 1164–1186.
...—base Tertiary unconformity; BPU—base Pleistocene unconformity. Figure 5. Uninterpreted (above) and interpreted (below) strike line showing stratigraphic relationship and regional onlap of the Hardangerfjord unit onto the Sognefjord unit in the Stord Basin. Note thinning of Sognefjord...
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Gravity (left) and magnetic (right) map showing the likely extension of the...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 7.  Gravity (left) and magnetic (right) map showing the likely extension of the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone into the Ling Graben, across the Viking Graben and possibly to the Highland Boundary Fault. Data from Skilbrei et al . (2000) .
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Experiment performed by  Fossen &amp; Rykkelid (1992 b ) , showing how fold...
Published: 01 July 2005
Fig. 11.  Experiment performed by Fossen & Rykkelid (1992 b ) , showing how folds develop above the hanging wall of a basement fault (corresponding to the Hardangerfjord Shear Zone) if shearing of the overlying section (décollement and Caledonian nappes) is still continuing.
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Regional tectonostratigraphic setting of the study area during the Late Jur...
Published: 21 February 2019
Fig. 17. Regional tectonostratigraphic setting of the study area during the Late Jurassic and deposition of the Sauda Formation. The Farsund Basin is dominated by the progradation of the Farsund Delta, whereas the Egersund Basin is dominated by the Hardangerfjord Delta, with the two areas
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Uninterpreted (above) and interpreted (below) strike line showing stratigra...
Published: 01 July 2013
Figure 5. Uninterpreted (above) and interpreted (below) strike line showing stratigraphic relationship and regional onlap of the Hardangerfjord unit onto the Sognefjord unit in the Stord Basin. Note thinning of Sognefjord clinoforms toward the south. See Figure 1 for line location. BTU—base
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Present-day cross sections and schematic tectonic reconstruction of the Wes...
Published: 01 August 2015
and Baltican crust (4), and later normal faulting within the Nordfjord-Sogn detachment zone (NSDZ) and on the Lærdal Gjende fault (LGF) (6) and the Hardangerfjord shear zone (HSZ). The Hardangerfjord shear zone is a top-W ductile shear zone that was overprinted by the Lærdal Gjende fault. The dashed line (HSZ
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2007
Micropaleontology (2007) 53 (6): 457–468.
...TEXT-FIGURE 1 Location of stations in Sognefjord and Hardangerfjord. ...
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Location map showing the Norwegian margin and some of its principal onshore...
Published: 01 December 2005
Fig. 2.  Location map showing the Norwegian margin and some of its principal onshore and offshore structures and rift basins. MTFC, Møre–Trøndelag Fault Complex; KFC, Klakk Fault Complex; HSZ, Hardangerfjord Shear Zone; COB, continent–ocean boundary. Rose-colored ovals roughly encompass the areas