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Tectonics of the Arctic

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By: Oleg V Petrov(Editor), Morten Smelror(Editor)
208 pages, 119 colour & 7 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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Tectonics of the Arctic gives an overview of the tectonic, geological, potential fields, etc maps of the Arctic that were compiled during geological and geophysical studies conducted in the Arctic over the past 15 years under the International project "Atlas of Geological Maps of the Circumpolar Arctic at a scale of 5M" and presents the results of geological, geophysical, paleogeographic and tectonic studies carried out in the Arctic Ocean and the Eastern Arctic during the implementation of national mapping and scientific programmes and studies intended to provide scientific substantiation for the extension of the continental shelf (ECS). Given its scope, the book will appeal to a wide range of geologists.

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New
By: Oleg V Petrov(Editor), Morten Smelror(Editor)
208 pages, 119 colour & 7 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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