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Recent exploration activities in the basalt covered part of the offshore Faroe Island region has stressed the need for a better understanding of the volcanic succession, especially the lowermost part and the transition to the underlying non-volcanic succession. Using the proposed interpretation methods, which include careful identification of inclined reflector segments and flattening to various reflectors representing pronounced continuous markers embedded horizontally and 3D visualization, six volcanic units have been identified. The upper three units consist of plane-parallel reflector packages and probably represent subaerially extruded lava flows. The three lower units are characterized by irregular hummocky and inclined reflectors...

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