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Vorren, Tore O.; Hald, Morten; Lebesbye, Erland; Vorren, Karl-Dag (1987)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Polar Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Evaluation of the geology of the late Cenozoic Barents Sea is based upon several thousand km of seismic profiles. several hundred gravity cores and some ten 100 m deep corings taken by drilling vessels.
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    • Fig. I . A tentative model of the deglaciation pattern and chronology of the Barents Sea. The model is based on several sources, e.g. E l v e r h ~ i & Solheim (1983).Vorren & Kristoffersen (1986). Mangerud et al. (1987). Vorren et al. (1988) and some unpublished data.
    • The contour interval is 100m on the shelf and 200 m on the slope.
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