The Timanide, Caledonide and Uralide orogens in the Eurasian high Arctic, and relationships to the palaeo-continents Laurentia, Baltica and Siberia

@article{Gee2006TheTC,
  title={The Timanide, Caledonide and Uralide orogens in the Eurasian high Arctic, and relationships to the palaeo-continents Laurentia, Baltica and Siberia},
  author={David G. Gee and Olga K. Bogolepova and Henning Lorenz},
  journal={Geological Society, London, Memoirs},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={507 - 520}
}
abstract Recent studies of structure, stratigraphy and isotope geochronology on Svalbard and East Greenland have provided a foundation for reconstructing the Laurentian margin of the Arctic segment of the North Atlantic Caledonides. The axial zone of the high Arctic, Barentsian Caledonides has been inferred to trend northwards through the Barents Shelf to the northern edge of the Eurasian margin between Kvitøya (easternmost Svalbard) and western Franz Josef Land, based on analysis of drill… 

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