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Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences

, Volume 81, Issue 3, pp 297–304 | Cite as

Russian-German studies in the arctic: Fifteen years of investigations in high latitudes

  • A. P. Lisitsyn
  • J. Thiede
  • H. Kassens
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Abstract

Fifteen years ago, Russian and German earth scientists began their joint studies of the Laptev, Kara, and Barents seas and the Central Arctic. In the course of these studies, more than 50 marine expeditions and several expeditions to islands and the mainland were accomplished. The organization and results of these studies, as well as the plans for the future, are discussed in the article published below.

Keywords

Arctic Ocean Bottom Deposit Catchment Basin Joint Study Lomonosov Ridge 
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  • A. P. Lisitsyn
  • J. Thiede
  • H. Kassens

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