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The Arctic Basin (also North Polar Basin) is an oceanic basin in the Arctic Ocean, consisting of two main parts separated by the Lomonosov Ridge, a mid-ocean ridge running between north Greenland and the New Siberian Islands. The basin is bordered by the continental shelves of Eurasia and North America. 
- The Eurasian Basin (also Norwegian Basin) consists of the Nansen Basin (formerly: Fram Basin) and the Amundsen Basin
- The Amerasian Basin consists of the Canada Basin and the Makarov Basin
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- Olsson, Kristina, et al. (January 1999) "Carbon Utilization in the Eurasian Sector of the Arctic Ocean" Limnology and Oceanography 44(1): pp. 95–105.
- "Featured Explorers", World Book[permanent dead link], retrieved 17 August 2005.
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