Differentiation of Late Archean Crust in the Eastern Dharwar Craton, Krishnagiri-Salem Area, South India

@article{Hansen1995DifferentiationOL,
  title={Differentiation of Late Archean Crust in the Eastern Dharwar Craton, Krishnagiri-Salem Area, South India},
  author={Edward C. Hansen and Robert C. Newton and A. S. Janardhar and Sheila Lindenberg},
  journal={The Journal of Geology},
  year={1995},
  volume={103},
  pages={629 - 651}
}
The Late Archean crust south of Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, consists of tonalitic-trondhjemitic-granodioritic (TTG) gneisses with mafic and sedimentary enclaves, formed between 2.7 and 2.5 Ga and metamorphosed at amphibolite facies in the north to granulite facies in the south close to 2.5 Ga. Migmatization occurred at all grades, and numerous small granite bodies were emplaced near the amphibolite-to-granulite facies horizon. This nearly syn-accretion meta-morphism affected the entire crust and… 
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