TECTONOTHERMAL EVOLUTION OF THE NORTHERN MINTO BLOCK, SUPERIOR PROVINCE, QUEBEC, CANADA

@article{Percival2000TECTONOTHERMALEO,
  title={TECTONOTHERMAL EVOLUTION OF THE NORTHERN MINTO BLOCK, SUPERIOR PROVINCE, QUEBEC, CANADA},
  author={J. Percival and T. Skulski},
  journal={Canadian Mineralogist},
  year={2000},
  volume={38},
  pages={345-378}
}
Previously considered one of Earth’s largest granulite terranes, the Minto block, in northern Quebec, consists dominantly of granitic rocks with sparse supracrustal remnants that record low-pressure, high-temperature metamorphism to the amphibolite and granulite facies at ca. 2.7 Ga. Much of the region is underlain by plutonic rocks, including igneous charnockitic bodies, that provide little evidence of metamorphism. In contrast, pelitic assemblages in low-grade greenstone belts and their… Expand
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