SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Abrahamsen, N., H.-J. Bengaard, J. D. Friderichsen, and R. V. der Voo (1997), Palaeomagnetism of three dyke swarms in Nansen Land, north Greenland (83°N), Geol. Mijnbouw, 76, 8395.
  • Alvey, A., C. Gaina, N. Kusznir, and T. Torsvik (2008), Integrated crustal thickness mapping and plate reconstructions for the high arctic, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 274(3-4), 310321.
  • Blakely, R. J. (1996), Potential Theory in Gravity and Magnetic Applications, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • Blakely, R. J., and R. W. Simpson (1986), Approximating edges of source bodies from magnetic or gravity anomalies, Geophysics, 51, 14941498.
  • Bono, R., J. Tarduno, and R. Cottrell (2009), Rock and paleomagnetism of Late Cretaceous-Paleogene volcanic rocks of northern Ellesmere Island, High Canadian Arctic, Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GP13B-0776.
  • Bono, R., J. Tarduno, and B. Singer (2013), Cretaceous magmatism in the High Canadian Arctic: Implications for the nature and age of Alpha Ridge, Geophys. Res. Abstr., 15, EGU201311429-1.
  • Brozena, J. M., V. A. Childers, L. A. Lawver, L. M. Gahagan, R. Forsberg, J. I. Faleide, and O. Eldholm (2003), New aerogeophysical study of the Eurasia Basin and Lomonosov Ridge: Implications for basin development, Geology, 31(9), 825828, doi:10.1130/G19528.1.
  • Chalmers, J. A., and T. C. R. Pulvertaft (2001), Development of the continental margins of the Labrador Sea: A review, in Non-Volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins: A Comparison of Evidence from Land and Sea, vol. 187, edited by R. Wilson et al., pp. 77105, Geol. Soc., London, Spec. Publ., Geol. Soc. London.
  • Childers, V., D. McAdoo, J. Brozena, and S. Laxon (2001), New gravity data in the arctic ocean: Comparison of airborne and ERS gravity, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 88718885.
  • Cochran, J., M. Edwards, and B. Coakley (2006), Morphology and structure of the Lomonosov Ridge, Arctic Ocean, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 7, Q05019, doi:10.1029/2005GC001114.
  • De Paor, D., D. Bradley, G. Eisenstadt, and S. Phillips (1989), The Arctic Eurekan orogen: A most unusual fold-and-thrust belt, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 101(7), 952967.
  • Døssing, A., A. Olesen, and R. Forsberg (2010), New aerogravity and aeromagnetic anomaly data over Lomonosov Ridge and adjacent areas for bathymetric and tectonic mapping, Abstracts T31A-2125 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 13–17 Dec.
  • Døssing, A., H. Jackson, J. Matzka, I. Einarsson, T. Rasmussen, A. Olesen, and J. Brozena (2013), On the origin of the Amerasia Basin and the High Arctic Large Igneous Province—Results of new aeromagnetic data, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 363, 219230.
  • Dove, D., B. Coakley, J. Hopper, and Y. Kristoffersen (2010), Bathymetry, controlled source seismic and gravity observations of the Mendeleev Ridge: Implications for ridge structure, origin, and regional tectonics, Geophys. J. Int., 183(2), 481502.
  • Engen, Ø., J. I. Faleide, and T. K. Dyreng (2008), Opening of the Fram Strait gateway: A review of plate tectonic constraints, Tectonophysics, 450, 5169, doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2008.01.002.
  • Estrada, S., and F. Henjes-Kunst (2004), Volcanism in the Canadian High Arctic related to the opening of the Arctic Ocean, Z. Dtsch. Geol. Ges., 154, 579604.
  • Estrada, S., F. Henjes-Kunst, F. Melcher, and F. Tessensohn (2010), Palaeocene alkaline volcanism in the Nares Strait region: Evidence from volcanic pebbles, Int. J. Earth Sci., 99, 863890.
  • Forsberg, R., and S. Kenyon (2004), Gravity and geoid in the Arctic region: The northern polar gap now filled, in Proceedings of the Second International GOCE User Workshop GOCE, the Geoid and Oceanogr., Frascati, Italy, 8–10 Mar.
  • Forsberg, R., A. Olesen, A. Alshamsi, A. Gidskehaug, S. Ses, M. Kadir, and B. Peter (2012), Airborne gravimetry survey for the marine area of the United Arab Emirates, Mar. Geod., 35(3), 221232.
  • Forsyth, D., and J. Mair (1984), Crustal structure of the Lomonosov Ridge and the Fram and Makarov Basins near the North Pole, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 473481.
  • Forsyth, D., M. Argyle, A. Okulitch, and H. Trettin (1994), New seismic, magnetic, and gravity constraints on the crustal structure of the Lincoln Sea continent-ocean transition, Can. J. Earth Sci., 31(6), 905918.
  • Fullea, J., M. Fernández, and H. Zeyen (2008), FA2BOUG—A FORTRAN 90 code to compute Bouguer gravity anomalies from gridded free-air anomalies: Application to the Atlantic-Mediterranean transition zone, Comput. Geosci., 34(12), 16651681.
  • Gaina, C., S. Werner, R. Saltus, and S. Maus (2011), Circum-Arctic mapping project: New magnetic and gravity anomaly maps of the Arctic, Geol. Soc. London Mem., 35(1), 3948.
  • Gee, J. S., and D. V. Kent (2007), Source of oceanic magnetic anomalies and the geomagnetic polarity timescale, in Treatise on Geophysics, edited by Kono, M., vol. 5, chap. 12, pp. 455507, Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Glebovsky, V. Y., V. D. Kaminsky, A. N. Minakov, S. A. Merkurev, V. A. Childers, and J. M. Brozena (2006), Formation of the Eurasia Basin in the Arctic Ocean as inferred from geohistorical analysis of the anomalous magnetic field, Geotectonics, 40(4), 263281.
  • Grantz, A., P. Hart, and V. Childers (2011), Geology and tectonic development of the Amerasia and Canada Basins, Arctic Ocean, Geol. Soc. London Mem., 35(1), 771799.
  • Harrison, J., T. Brent, and G. Oakey (2011), Baffin Fan and its inverted rift system of Arctic eastern Canada: Stratigraphy, tectonics and petroleum resource potential, Geol. Soc. London Mem., 35(1), 595626.
  • Hopper, J., C. Marcussen, T. Funck, U. Gregersen, and P. Knutz (2010), The mesozoic and cenozoic motion of greenland and its importance for understanding arctic plate tectonics, Abstract T31A-2142 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 13–17 Dec.
  • Jackson, H., and K. Gunnarsson (1990), Reconstructions of the Arctic: Mesozoic to present, Tectonophysics, 172(3), 303322.
  • Jackson, H., D. Forsyth, and G. Johnson (1986), Oceanic affinities of the Alpha Ridge, Arctic Ocean, Mar. Geol., 73(3-4), 237261.
  • Jackson, H. R., T. Dahl-Jensen, and the LORITA working group (2010), Sedimentary and crustal structure from the Ellesmere Island and Greenland continental shelves onto the Lomonosov Ridge, Arctic Ocean, Geophys. J. Int., 182, 1135, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2010.04604.x.
  • Jacobsen, B. H. (1987), A case for upward continuation as a standard separation filter for potential-field maps, Geophysics, 52(8), 11381148.
  • Jakobsson, M., et al. (2012), The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO) Version 3.0, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L12609, doi:10.1029/2012GL052219.
  • Jokat, W. (2003), Seismic investigations along the western sector of Alpha Ridge, Central Arctic Ocean, Geophys. J. Int., 152(1), 185201.
  • Jokat, W. (2005), The sedimentary structure of the Lomonosov Ridge between 88°N and 80°N, Geophys. J. Int., 163(2), 698726.
  • Jokat, W., and U. Micksch (2004), Sedimentary structure of the Nansen and Amundsen basins, Arctic Ocean, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L02603, doi:10.1029/2003GL018352.
  • Jokat, W., G. Uenzelmann-Neben, Y. Kristoffersen, and T. Rasmussen (1992), Lomonosov Ridge—A double-sided continental margin, Geology, 20(10), 887890.
  • Kenyon, S., R. Forsberg, and B. Coakley (2008), New gravity field for the Arctic, Eos Trans. AGU, 89(32), 289290.
  • Kerr, J. W. (1973), Structural framework of Lancaster aulacogen, Arctic Canada, Geol. Surv. Can., Open File Rep. 619, 43 p., Geological Survey of Canada Calgary, Alberta T2L 2A7.
  • Kontak, D., S. Jensen, J. Dostal, D. Archibald, and T. Kyser (2001), Cretaceous mafic dyke swarm, Peary Land, northernmost Greenland: Geochronology and petrology, Can. Mineral., 39, 9971020.
  • Kristoffersen, Y., and N. Mikkelsen (2006), On sediment deposition and nature of the plate boundary at the junction between the submarine Lomonosov Ridge, Arctic Ocean and the continental margin of Arctic Canada/North Greenland, Mar. Geol., 225(1), 265278.
  • Langinen, A., N. Lebedeva-Ivanova, D. Gee, and Y. Zamansky (2009), Correlations between the Lomonosov Ridge, Marvin Spur and adjacent basins of the Arctic Ocean based on seismic data, Tectonophysics, 472(1-4), 309322.
  • Lawver, L., A. Grantz, and L. Gahagan (2002), Plate kinematic evolution of the present Arctic region since the Ordovician, Spec. Pap. Geol. Soc. Am., 360, 333358.
  • Matzka, J., T. Rasmussen, A. Olesen, J. Nielsen, R. Forsberg, N. Olsen, J. Halpenny, and J. Verhoef (2010), A new aeromagnetic survey of the North Pole and the Arctic Ocean north of Greenland and Ellesmere Island, Earth Planets Space, 62, 829832.
  • McAdoo, D., S. Farrell, S. Laxon, H. Zwally, D. Yi, and A. Ridout (2008), Arctic Ocean gravity field derived from ICESat and ERS-2 altimetry: Tectonic implications, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B05408, doi:10.1029/2007JB005217.
  • Miller, H. G., and V. Singh (1994), Potential field tilt—A new concept for location of potential field sources, J. Appl. Geophys., 32(2-3), 213217.
  • Minakov, A., J. Faleide, V. Y. Glebovsky, and R. Mjelde (2011), Structure and evolution of the northern Barents–Kara sea continental margin from integrated analysis of potential fields, bathymetry and sparse seismic data, Geophys. J. Int., 188(1), 79102, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05258.x.
  • Moran, K., et al. (2006), The Cenozoic palaeoenvironment of the Arctic Ocean, Nature, 441(7093), 601605.
  • Mudie, P., P. Stoffyn-Egli, and N. Van Wagoner (1986), Geological constraints for tectonic models of the alpha ridge, J. Geodyn., 6(1-4), 215236.
  • Müller, R., M. Sdrolias, C. Gaina, and W. Roest (2008), Age, spreading rates, and spreading asymmetry of the world's ocean crust, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 9, Q04006, doi:10.1029/2007GC001743.
  • Neben, S., V. Damm, T. Brent, and F. Tessensohn (2006), New multi-channel seismic reflection data from Northwater Bay, Nares Strait: Indications for pull-apart tectonics, Polarforschung, 74(1-3), 7796.
  • Oakey, G., D. Forsyth, D. Damaske, S. Estrada, and B. Nelson (2007), Regional crustal structures of the Lincoln Sea and northern Nares Strait from aeromagnetic mapping, oral presentation at 2007 International Conference on Arctic Margins (ICAM) V Conference, Tromsoe, Norway, 3–5 Sep.
  • Oakey, G., D. Damaske, and B. Nelson (2012), Geology and volcanism along the Canadian Arctic Margin: New constraints from aeromagnetic mapping, Poster presented at 2012 IPY Conference, Montreal, Que., 22–27 Apr.
  • Oakey, G. N., and R. Stephenson (2008), Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling: Implications for the Palaeogene Eurekan orogen, Geophys. J. Int., 173(3), 10391063.
  • Olesen, A., and R. Forsberg (2007), Airborne scalar gravimetry for regional gravity field mapping and geoid determination, Proc. 1st Meet. Int. Gravity Field Serv., Harita Dergisi, 202, 277282.
  • Olesen, A., R. Forsberg, K. Keller, and A. Gidskehaug (2000), Airborne gravity survey of Lincoln Sea and Wandel Sea, North Greenland, Phys. Chem. Earth Part A, 25(1), 2529.
  • Piepjohn, K., and W. von Gosen (2011), Was the northern passive continental margin of North America caused by Eurekan fault tectonics? Structural observations from Ellesmere Island (Canadian Arctic), International Conference on Arctic Margins (ICAM) VI, Fairbanks, Alaska, U. S., May 28–Jun 1.
  • Piepjohn, K., W. von Gosen, and F. Tessensohn (2011), Ellesmerian and Eurekan deformations in the Canadian Arctic a transect through northeast Ellesmere Island, International Conference on Arctic Margins (ICAM) VI, Fairbanks, Alaska, U. S., May 28–Jun 1.
  • Poselov, V., V. Butsenko, A. Chernykh, V. Glebovsky, H. Jackson, D. P. Potter, G. Oakey, J. Shimeld, and C. Marcussen (2013), The structural integrity of the Lomonosov Ridge with the North American and Siberian continental margins, in ICAM VI Proceedings, in press..
  • Rowley, D., and A. Lottes (1988), Plate-kinematic reconstructions of the North Atlantic and Arctic: Late Jurassic to present, Tectonophysics, 155(1), 73120.
  • Srivastava, S. P., and C. R. Tapscott (1986), Plate kinematics of the north atlantic, in The Geology of North America, vol. M, The Western North Atlantic Region, edited by P. R. Vogt and B. E. Tucholke, Geol. Soc. of North Am., Boulder, U. S.
  • Suckro, S., K. Gohl, T. Funck, I. Heyde, A. Ehrhardt, B. Schreckenberger, J. Gerlings, V. Damm, and W. Jokat (2012), The crustal structure of southern Baffin Bay: Implications from a seismic refraction experiment, Geophys. J. Int., 190, 3758.
  • Tegner, C., M. Storey, P. Holm, S. Thorarinsson, X. Zhao, C. Lo, and M. Knudsen (2011a), Erratum to “Magmatism and Eurekan deformation in the High Arctic Large Igneous Province: 40Ar-39Ar age of Kap Washington Group volcanics, North Greenland” [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 303 (2011), 203–214], Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 311, 195196.
  • Tegner, C., M. Storey, P. Holm, S. Thorarinsson, X. Zhao, C. Lo, and M. Knudsen (2011b), Magmatism and Eurekan deformation in the High Arctic Large Igneous Province: 40Ar-39Ar age of Kap Washington Group volcanics, North Greenland, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 303, 203214.
  • Van Wagoner, N., M. Williamson, P. Robinson, and I. Gibson (1986), First samples of acoustic basement recovered from the Alpha Ridge, Arctic Ocean: New constraints for the origin of the ridge, J. Geodyn., 6(1-4), 177196.