On the tectonic relations of the Devonian complex of the Røragen area, East Central Norway.
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In 1961, by chance, the author observed strata within the Devonian complex at Røragen. As the complex was earlier believed to be faulted only, the athor revisited the area in 1962. In the present paper the field relations are described shortly, and the author concludes that the complex has been emplaced by folding and (in part) by thrusting. The orogeny which affected the Devonian strata belonged probably to a late phase of the Caledonides, described and termed the Svalbardian phase by Th. Vogt (1928). The present conclusions are not in accordance with the general earlier concepts (V.M. Goldschmidt, 1913).