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Cenozoic to Recent Volcanism In and Around the North Atlantic Basin

  • Arne Noe-Nygaard

Abstract

Our knowledge of the sea bottom of the North Polar Sea, the Greenland-Norwegian Sea, and the North Atlantic was for a long period based on bathymetric maps by Nansen (1904) and bottom-sample investigations by Bøggild (1900, 1907).

Keywords

Tholeiitic Basalt Faeroe Island Shield Volcano Central Volcano Plateau Basalt 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arne Noe-Nygaard
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  1. 1.Mineralogisk MuseumCopenhagenDenmark

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