• Anatomy of a deep crustal volcanic conduit system; The Reinfjord Ultramafic Complex, Seiland Igneous Province, Northern Norway 

      Grant, Thomas; B. Larsen, Rune; Anker-Rasch, Lars; Grannes, Kim Rune Bragstad; Iljina, Markku; McEnroe, Suzanne; Nikolaisen, Even; Schanche, Mona; Øen, Endre (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      The Reinfjord Ultramafic Complex, Seiland Igneous Province represents a lower crustal magma chamber (25–30 km depth) that likely records a deep conduit system for mantle derived melts ascending through the continental ...
    • Platinum Group Elements in the Reinfjord Ultramafic Complex 

      Nikolaisen, Even (Master thesis, 2016)
      Fifty km W - NW of the Norwegian city of Alta in Troms fylke, is the Reinfjord ultramafic complex (RUC), which is composed of three intrusive events with an age of approximately 560 - 570 Ma (Roberts, 2006). Drill core ...
    • Portrait of a giant deep-seated magmatic conduit system: The Seiland Igneous Province 

      B. Larsen, Rune; Grant, Thomas; Sørensen, Bjørn Eske; Tegner, Christian; McEnroe, Suzanne; Pastore, Zeudia; Fichler, Christine; Nikolaisen, Even; Grannes, Kim Rune Bragstad; Church, Nathan Stewart; ter Maat, Geertje; Michels, Alexander (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The Seiland Igneous Province (SIP), Northern Norway, contains > 5000 km2 of mafic and ultramafic intrusions with minor alkaline, carbonatite and felsic rocks that were intruded into the lower continental crust at a depth ...