Acquiring marine data in the Canada Basin, Arctic Ocean

Deborah R. Hutchinson, H. Ruth Jackson, John W. Shimeld, C. Borden Chapman, Jonathan R. Childs, Thomas Funck, Robert W. Rowland

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Despite the record minimum ice extent in the Arctic Ocean for the past 2 years, collecting geophysical data with towed sensors in ice-covered regions continues to pose enormous challenges. Significant parts of the Canada Basin in the western Arctic Ocean have remained largely unmapped because thick multiyear ice has limited access even by research vessels strengthened against ice [Jackson et al., 1990]. Because of the resulting paucity of data, the western Arctic Ocean is one of the few areas of ocean in the world where major controversies still exist with respect to its origin and tectonic evolution [Grantz et al., 1990; Lawver and Scotese, 1990; Lane, 1997; Miller et al., 2006].
Sider (fra-til)195-198
Antal sider4
TidsskriftEOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union
Udgave nummer23
StatusUdgivet - 9 jun. 2009


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