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The oceanic regions located north of the Arctic Circle are the Arctic Ocean, the Norwegian-Greenland Sea, and Baffin Bay (Plate 1). The latter is described in Keen and Williams (1990). Despite the bold isobaths in Plate 1, the bathymetry of the Arctic Ocean is still poorly known. Most of the Norwegian-Greenland Sea, on the other hand, is quite precisely charted. Exceptions are the areas east of Greenland often covered by the pack ice that exits the Arctic Ocean in the East Greenland current.

The names used for the physiographic features in this volume are those shown on Plate 1....

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