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From Arctida to the Present-Day Arctic

... submarine elevations that are natural components of the continental margin, such as plateaux, rises, caps, banks and spurs (Continental shelf limits, 2000). However, the UN Commission rejected Russia’s claim, with the statement predicated on the assumption that the Mendeleev Rise is a volcanic structure sitting on the ocean crust of plume nature, while the Lomonosov Ridge being a separate ... ... the distance limit of 350 nautical miles, and thus, narrowing the potential area of the legitimate Russian shelf area in the Arctic to the lowermost limit. In order to study in detail the geological structure of the Mendeleev Ridge and the surrounding ...

Modified: 30.08.2015
Arctic , Arctic Ocean , geology of the Arctic region , Arctida , paleogeodynamic reconstruction , continental shelf , Lomonosov Ridge , Mendeleev Rise
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