Geologic History of the Central Zone of the Limpopo Complex: The West Alldays Area
New field, structural, petrologic, and age data show that tectonic styles and metamorphic histories in the West Alldays area of the Central Zone of the Limpopo Complex, southern Africa, can be linked to neo-Archean and Paleoproterozoic high-grade (granulite facies) tectonometamorphic events. The styles comprise (1) a regionally developed high-grade (S2) gneissic fabric that evolved into a regional (D2) system of sheath folds mapped as circular to oval-shaped structures with lineations plunging...[Show more]
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