U-Pb SHRIMP data for the Madiba greenstone belt: implications for crustal growth on the western margin of the Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa
The Madibe greenstone belt is the easternmost belt of the northern Kraaipan terrane, located in the Kimberley Block of the Kaapvaal Craton. It comprises a mature Middle to Late Archaean volcanic island arc succession that was welded onto the evolving western margin of the Kaapvaal Shield. The lithologies strike in a north-south direction and represent an assemblage of metamorphosed and strongly deformed volcanic and minor sedimentary rocks, now represented by phyllites, quartz-sericite schists,...[Show more]
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