Origin and emplacement of a middle Cretaceous gneiss dome, Fosdick Mountains, West Antarctica
The Fosdick Mountains, West Antarctica, form an 80 × 15 km migmatite dome comprising massive paragneisses that exhibit polyphase fabrics, nappe-scale folds that involve granodiorite to leucogranite intrusions, and diatexite. High strain zones developed o
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