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Record #153203:

Prospektering og gruvedrift i etterkristidens Svalbard / Susan Barr.

Title: Prospektering og gruvedrift i etterkristidens Svalbard / Susan Barr.
Translated title: Prospecting and mining in postwar (2) Svalbard.
Author(s): Barr, Susan.
Date: 1999.
Publisher: Stockholm: Jernkontorets Bergshistoriska Utskott
Language: Norwegian.
In: Arktisk Gruvdrift. Teknik, vetenskap och historia i norr. Föredrag presenterade vid ett seminarium på Jernkontoret den 2 april 1998. (1999.),
Abstract: Spitsbergen Treaty held after 1925, whereby all signatories had economic rights on islands. Duty was kept low at 1%. Geologically, deposits of coal, oil, gypsum, phosphorite, marble, asbestos, lead, zinc, copper and iron could be expected. Only coal proved commercial. Rights belonged to discoverer and byproducts could be mined at same site. Forerunner of Norsk Polarinstitutt was set up by geologist Adolf Hoel, mainly for geological research. After WW2, mining was restored in Longyearbyen, Sveagruva, Ny-Ålesund, Barentsburg, Pyramiden and Grumant, with economic and political aims.
Notes:

In: Arktisk Gruvdrift. Teknik, vetenskap och historia i norr. Föredrag presenterade vid ett seminarium på Jernkontoret den 2 april 1998 / Urban Wråkberg, ed.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
622 -- Mining.
622.33 -- Coal mining.
P -- Non-renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 153203

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