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The Faroe Bank Channel Basin, which lies on the North Atlantic Margin southwest of the Faroe Islands, is a large, Mesozoic depocentre covering in excess of 10000 km2. It has undergone little exploration to date and its structural complexity is reflected by the presence of two prominent structural trends: the SW-NE (Caledonian) trend which controls the main Faroe Bank Channel Basin and Faroe Bank Channel Knoll structure and a younger N-S trend which elongates the basin to form the North Faroe Bank Channel Basin area, containing the prominent Regin Smidur volcanic centre. As there is no well...

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