Abstract

Studies of the shelf topography off Norway indicate that the high northwestern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula is bordered by fractures along which dislocations probably took place during the Tertiary uplift of the land mass. Some of the submarine areas in question are particularly considered, and attention is drawn to the fact that similar relief features are characteristic also of shelf areas off West Greenland and Labrador.

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