Paper Summary

The continental margins off mid-Norway and NE Greenland share a common geological history leading up to breakup in earliest Eocene. The geology offshore NE Greenland is poorly understood due to a limited geophysical database, however recent acquisition of 100,000 km of aeromagnetic and aerogravity data and 2,800 km of new 2D seismic data provide important insight into the basin geometry, volcanic structure and post-breakup development of the conjugate margins.