Pan-African intraplate deformation in the northern Prince Charles Mountains, east Antarctica
New structural and metamorphic data coupled with U-Pb SHRIMP zircon and Rb-Sr step-leach biotite ages help constrain a period of Early Palaeozoic (Pan-African) deformation recognised in the northern Prince Charles Mountains, east Antarctica. This period of deformation is accommodated along discrete northeast trending mylonites that preserve up-dip reverse kinematics with dominantly southeast over northwest vergence. Ambient P-T conditions of 524 ± 20°C and 7.6 ± 4 kbar accompanied deformation....[Show more]
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