Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling

Gordon N. Oakey, R.A. Stephenson

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    Publication statusPublished - 2007
    EventInternational Conference on Arctic Margins V - Norway
    Duration: 1 Jan 20071 Jan 2007

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    ConferenceInternational Conference on Arctic Margins V
    Period1/01/071/01/07

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    Oakey, G. N., & Stephenson, R. A. (2007). Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling. Abstract from International Conference on Arctic Margins V, .
    Oakey, Gordon N. ; Stephenson, R.A. / Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling. Abstract from International Conference on Arctic Margins V, .
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    Oakey, GN & Stephenson, RA 2007, 'Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling' International Conference on Arctic Margins V, 1/01/07 - 1/01/07, .

    Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling. / Oakey, Gordon N.; Stephenson, R.A.

    2007. Abstract from International Conference on Arctic Margins V, .

    Research output: Contribution to ConferenceAbstractOther research output

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    Oakey GN, Stephenson RA. Crustal structure of the Innuitian region of Arctic Canada and Greenland from gravity modelling. 2007. Abstract from International Conference on Arctic Margins V, .