New 1:20,000 scale geological maps, synthesis and history of investigation of the Isua supracrustal belt and adjacent orthogneisses, southern West Greenland: A glimpse of Eoarchaean crust formation and orogeny
The Isua area in the Nuuk region, southern West Greenland contains the Eoarchaean Isua supracrustal belt (mostly amphibolites derived from basalts, with chemical sedimentary rocks, felsic rocks and ultramafic units) and orthogneisses with similar ages that flank it to the north and south. These rocks suffered polyphase metamorphism up to amphibolite facies conditions and strain is generally high, but nonetheless the Isua area has most of the world's occurrences of Eoarchaean rocks preserved in...[Show more]
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