An overview of titanium deposits in Norway
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Titanium deposits in Norway are of three major types: igneous, metasomatic and metamorphic. The igneous deposits are compared of ilmenite, magnetite and apatite in various proportions and occur in geological provinces of different ages. and some have a metamorphic overprint. The other majord Ti ore-types is the rutile-bearing eclogites in western Norway that formed during the Caledonian high-pressure metamorphism of predominantly Proterozoic basic igneous rocks. The third Ti ore-Type is the Proterozoic rutile-bearing, scapolitised and albitised rocks in the Bamble region of South Norway.