A thermochronological study of southern Fiordland, New Zealand
The Fiordland Block, in the southwestern part of the South Island of New Zealand, shows evidence of a complex tectonic evolution dominated by tectonic and intrusive events in the mid-Paleozoic and mid-Cretaceous and is thought to represent a fragment of the Paleozoic margin of Gondwana. Fiordland geology is dominated by the extensive granulite facies Cretaceous Western Fiordland Orthogneiss, which is surrounded by Paleozoic metasediments and intrusive rocks. This study concentrates on an...[Show more]
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