Earth's youngest known ultrahigh-temperature granulites discovered on Seram, eastern Indonesia
Episodes of ultrahigh-temperature (UHT, ≥900 °C) granulite metamorphism have been recorded in mountain belts since the Neoarchean. However, evidence for the tectonic mechanisms responsible for the generation of such extreme thermal conditions is rarely
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