Petroleum geological activities onshore West Greenland in 1997
NOTE: This article was published in a former series of GEUS Bulletin. Please use the original series name when citing this article, for example:
Christiansen, F. G., Boesen, A., Bojesen-Koefoed, J. A., Dalhoff, F., Dam, G., Neuhoff, P. S., Pedersen, A. K., Pedersen, G. K., Stannius, L. S., & Zinck-Jørgensen, K. (1998). Petroleum geological activities onshore West Greenland in 1997. Geology of Greenland Survey Bulletin, 180, 10-17. https://doi.org/10.34194/ggub.v180.5079
The 1997 summer season saw continued petroleum geological activities in the Disko–Nuussuaq–Svartenhuk Halvø area, onshore West Greenland. These activities mainly took the form of a geological field project led by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), whereas the continued exploration by grønArctic Energy Inc. (grønArctic) in the third year of their licence was kept at a very low level without field work, geophysical surveys or drilling. Furthermore an airborne geophysical survey, Aeromag 1997, covering a large part of the Disko Bugt area, was carried out in the early summer of 1997 with GEUS as project manager (Stemp 1997; Stemp & Thorning 1998, this volume).
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