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Record #153204:

Svensk gruvdrift på Svalbard / Marie Nisser.

Title: Svensk gruvdrift på Svalbard / Marie Nisser.
Translated title: Swedish mining on Svalbard.
Author(s): Nisser, Marie.
Date: 1999.
Publisher: Stockholm: Jernkontorets Bergshistoriska Utskott
Language: Swedish.
In: Arktisk Gruvdrift. Teknik, vetenskap och historia i norr. Föredrag presenterade vid ett seminarium på Jernkontoret den 2 april 1998. (1999.),
Abstract: Turn of century was time of unemployment on mainland, and mining was undertaken without allowing enough for harsh conditions and poor communications. Talk is appeal for immediate research into aspects and personal accounts that will soon be lost for ever. Swedish Stenkol's mines and their numbers of miners and production from 1916-1922 are described. Highest price level was in 1907 and Höganäs mine could not keep up with demands of steel industry. De Geer's and Högbom's discoveries showed suitable sites at Pyramid and van Mijenfjord. Sveagruva continued until 1934, when it was sold to Store Norske. After WW2 it made sporadic attempts to get going fully, but was hampered by low coal price. Talk raises questions of how competent Swedish management was, especially in cold, what help or advice it sought, and how it differed from efforts and technology of Russians and Norwegians.
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.: 153204

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