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Tectonophysics, ISSN 0040-1951, 10/2017, Volume 718, pp. 25 - 44
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Tectonophysics, ISSN 0040-1951, 10/2017, Volume 718, pp. 9 - 24
The continuation of the Caledonides into the Barents Sea has long been a subject of discussion, and two major orientations of the Caledonian deformation fronts... 
Svalbard | Ocean bottom seismometers | Caledonian orogeny | Crustal structure | VELOCITY | 3D GRAVITY | OCEAN-BOTTOM SEISMOMETER | INVERSION | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | MARGIN | NORTH-ATLANTIC | SOUTHWESTERN BARENTS SEA | OFFSHORE PROLONGATION | BASEMENT | Earth | Crust | Wave propagation | Seismology | Analysis | Ocean bottom | Mantle
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Episodes, ISSN 0705-3797, 03/2008, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp. 82 - 91
The Norwegian Margin formed in response to early Cenozoic continental breakup and subsequent opening of the Norwegian-Greenland Sea. There is a well-defined... 
NORWEGIAN-GREENLAND SEA | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | EUROPEAN ATLANTIC MARGIN | OUTER VORING BASIN | CRUSTAL STRUCTURE | IGNEOUS PROVINCE | EAST GREENLAND | CENOZOIC EVOLUTION | NORTH-SEA | FOLD-THRUST BELT | OCEAN TRANSITION
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Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, ISSN 2169-9313, 11/2019, Volume 124, Issue 11, pp. 10799 - 10822
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Tectonophysics, ISSN 0040-1951, 2009, Volume 468, Issue 1, pp. 206 - 223
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Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 07/2006, Volume 111, Issue B7, pp. B07102 - n/a
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Tectonophysics, ISSN 0040-1951, 10/2017, Volume 718, p. 25
The Early Eocene continental breakup was magma-rich and formed part of the North Atlantic Igneous Province. Extrusive and intrusive magmatism was abundant on... 
Mantle plumes | Surfaces | Identification | Ocean models | Seismology | Ships | Plateaux | Continental margins | Breakup | Modelling | Plate tectonics | Oceanic crust | Seismometers | Rifting | Rift zones | Oceans | Lava | Eocene | Ocean bottom seismometers | Ocean bottom | Sediments | Magma | Velocity | Ocean floor | Thickness | Ocean crust | Anomalies
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ISSN 0040-1951, 2017
The Early Eocene continental breakup was magma-rich and formed part of the North Atlantic Igneous Province. Extrusive and intrusive magmatism was abundant on... 
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