North Kara basin

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The North Kara basin is a sedimentary basin, a part of the Arctic shelf of Russia, associated with the Kara Sea.[1] It is separated from the South Kara basin by the North Siberian sill (along Novaya Zemlya-Taimyr Peninsula).[2] From the North it is bounded by the Urvantsev Trough.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "A new model of the geological structure and evolution of the North Kara Sedimentary Basin", doi:10.1134/S1028334X12070057
  2. ^ pp. 247-250