The geology of the Løkken area, Sør-Trøndelag.
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The paper describes the rock types and geological structure of the Løkken area, near Trondheim. The area lies on the inverted limb of a nappe structure overturned to the north-west. This structure has been coaxially refolded. Chlorite grade basic metavolcanics of the Støren Groupare perserved from erosion in the core of a synformal second fold, and are structurally underlain by younger sediments og the younger Hovin Group. Mica schists in the north, traditionally ascribed to the Cambrian Røros Group,are found to be, locally at last, equivalent to the Hovin Group sediments.