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AAPG Bulletin; Year: 2018; Issue: December
DOI: 10.1306/05111817254

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Figure 15. The Late Cretaceous was dominated by regional regression into the northern and western margins of the Canada Basin. The West Siberia Basin underwent transgression and sediments originating from the Verkhoyansk fold belt were rerouted into the proto-Laptev rift. The Barents Sea was mostly subaerial. AMR = Alpha–Mendeleev ridge; BA = Barrow arch; DGT = De Geer transform; FJL = Franz Josef Land; KBT = Khatanga–Bering transform; MPB = Makarov–Podvodnikov Basin; NSI = New Siberian Islands; WI = Wrangel Island.

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