Structural evolution and granite chronology of the central Molong Zone, Eastern Lachlan Fold Belt, Australia
The details of the deformation of the Molong Zone after its development are poorly constrained because of the paucity of dates on significant structural features, the difficulty of mapping faults that are poorly exposed, and the limited understanding of the timing and kinematics on key faults. Bedding and foliation in the Ordovician metavolcanics and greywackes in the northern Molong Zone record pre-granite Benambran deformation and up to three post-granite foliation-forming events...[Show more]
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