Early Paleozoic tectonism within the East Antarctic craton: The final suture between east and west Gondwana?
New U-Pb SHRIMP ages from East Antarctica point to the existence of a laterally continuous orogenic belt that bisects the East Antarctic craton. This orogenic belt juxtaposes Archean crust to the south and east against Neoproterozoic metamorphic rocks to
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