Ortegal


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Ortegal

Cape. a cape in NW Spain, projecting into the Bay of Biscay
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In Galicia, NW Spain, the Cabo Ortegal and Ordenes complexes and the Malpica-Tui Unit define a WNW-ESE continuous section across the suture zone (Fig.
Figure 3 shows the most important lithologies involved in the upper units in the Cabo Ortegal Complex; the Ordenes Complex may include an even greater lithological variety (Martinez Catalan et al.
Poblamiento y territorio en la Edad del Hierro en la comarca de Ortegal (A Coruna, Galicia).
A nivel de investigacion, otra de las iniciativas emprendidas fue el estudio del poblamiento castreno de la comarca de Ortegal (Fabrega Alvarez 2004, 2005).
Over the past 15 years, exploration activity for PGE in the Iberian Peninsula has led to the discovery of two PGE occurrences of very different types -- the Aguablanca Ni-Cu-PGE suiphide deposit [3,4,5] and the Cabo Ortegal PGE-bearing chromitites [6,7] Of most interest is Aguablanca which, in contrast to the low tonnage-high grade Cabo Ortegal mineralisation, has both economic and strategic potential.
1999) Platinum-group elements and chromite mineralisation in ultramafic rocks: a case study from the Cabo Ortegal Complex, Northwest Spain.
La melange tectonica basal del Complejo de Cabo Ortegal (NW del Macizo Iberico): una unidad clave en la sutura de Pangea
Iron Age settlement and territory in the area of Ortegal (Galicia, Spain)
Con las pretensiones anteriormente descritas se ha delimitado un area de estudio situada en la parte mas septentrional de la comunidad gallega, en la confluencia de las provincias de A Coruna y Lugo y que se corresponde con la actual comarca de Ortegal (fig.
North-east of the Galicia Bank and west of the Basque-Cantabrian Chain (North Galicia Margin), the Ortegal Spur has always remained a shelf or slope environment, which was tectonically influenced by the development of the Bay of Biscay (Boillot et al.
Shallow platform carbonates with sandy or dolomitic tidal intercalations characterise the Middle Jurassic - Berriasian sequence of the Ortegal Spur.