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Crustal and basin evolution of the southwestern Barents Sea: From Caledonian orogeny to continental breakup
A new generation of aeromagnetic data documents the post-Caledonide rift evolution of the southwestern Barents Sea (SWBS) from the Norwegian mainland up to the continent-ocean transition. We proposeExpand
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Break-up and seafloor spreading domains in the NE Atlantic
Abstract An updated magnetic anomaly grid of the NE Atlantic and an improved database of magnetic anomaly and fracture zone identifications allow the kinematic history of this region to be revisited.Expand
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Conjugate volcanic rifted margins, seafloor spreading, and microcontinent: Insights from new high‐resolution aeromagnetic surveys in the Norway Basin
We have acquired and processed new aeromagnetic data that cover the entire oceanic Norway Basin located between the More volcanic rifted margin and the Jan Mayen microcontinent (JMMC). The newExpand
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New high-resolution aeromagnetic and radiometric surveys in Finnmark and North Troms: linking anomaly patterns to bedrock geology and structure
New high-resolution aeromagnetic data from the Caledonides and Archaean–Palaeoproterozoic crystalline basement of Finnmark and North Troms derived from surveys conducted as part of NGU’s MINNExpand
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A new tectonic model for the Palaeoproterozoic Kautokeino Greenstone Belt, northern Norway, based on high-resolution airborne magnetic data and field structural analysis and implications for mineral
The Palaeoproterozoic Kautokeino Greenstone Belt (KkGB) is a highly tectonised metasupracrustal belt sandwiched between the gneissic Ráiseatnu Complex to the west and the metaplutonic Jergul ComplexExpand
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Deep structure of the northern North Sea and southwestern Norway based on 3D density and magnetic modelling
The deep structure of the northern North Sea and the adjacent Norwegian mainland has been analysed by integrating all available structural data in combination with 3D density and magnetic modellingExpand
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High resolution reflection seismic profiling over the Tjellefonna fault in the Møre-Trøndelag Fault Complex, Norway
Abstract. The More-Trondelag Fault Complex (MTFC) is one of the most prominent fault zones of Norway, both onshore and offshore. In spite of its importance, very little is known of the deeperExpand
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Basement inheritance and salt structures in the SE Barents Sea: Insights from new potential field data
Abstract The tectonic evolution of the former ‘grey zone’ between Russia and Norway has so far remained poorly constrained due to a lack of geophysical data. In 2014, the Geological Survey of NorwayExpand
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STDR: A Novel Approach for Enhancing and Edge Detection of Potential Field Data
Edge detection is one of the most important steps in the map interpretation of potential field data. In such a dataset, it is difficult to distinguish adjacent anomalous sources due to their fieldExpand
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