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Rocky shore
35% of the coastline of the Arctic Basin has a rocky nature. Some areas are covered with glacial sediments aligned perpendicularly to the coast, others with mobile sedimentary stocks providing a rocky bedrock. Extensive areas of rocky shorelines abut on the Precambrian crystalline rocks of Canada's Shield and highlight the orogenic belts of the northern Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
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