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We perform an integrated analysis of magnetic anomalies, multichannel seismic and wide-angle seismic data across an Early Cretaceous continental large igneous province in the northern Barents Sea region. Our data show that the high-frequency and high-amplitude magnetic anomalies in this region are spatially correlated with dykes and sills observed onshore. The dykes are grouped into two conjugate swarms striking oblique to the northern Barents Sea passive margin in the regions of eastern Svalbard and Franz Josef Land, respectively. The multichannel seismic data east of Svalbard and south of Franz Josef Land indicate the presence of sills at different stratigraphic...

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