Crustal growth during back-arc closure: Cretaceous exhumation history of Cordillera Darwin, southern Patagonia
The Cordillera Darwin metamorphic complex is unique in the Andes in exposing kyanite-staurolite schist north of the Beagle Channel in southern Patagonia. Garnet in amphibolite facies pelitic schists from Bahía Pia has patchy textures whereby some grains
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