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Neoproterozoic deformation in the Radok Lake region of the northern Prince Charles Mountains, east Antarctica; evidence for a single protracted orogenic event
Boger, S.D.; Carson, C.J.; Wilson, C.J.L.; Fanning, C.M.
Determining the extent and nature of Mazatzal-related overprinting of the Penokean orogenic belt in the southern Lake Superior region, north-central USA
Romano, D.; Holm, D.K.; Foland, K.A.
Paleoproterozoic late-orogenic and anorogenic alkaline granitic magmatism from northeast Brazil
Pla Cid, J.; Bitencourt, M.F.; Nardi, L.V.S.; Conceicao, H.; Bonin, B.; Lafon, J.M.
Geochemistry of the Mesoproterozoic Lakhanda shales in southeastern Yakutia, Russia: implications for mineralogical and provenance control, and recycling
Cullers, R.L.; Podkovyrov, V.N.
Discussion on 'Geochemistry and geodynamic setting of volcanic and plutonic rocks associated with early Archean volcanogenic massive sulfide mineralisation, Pilbara Craton' by Vearncombe, S.E., Kerrich, R., 1999. Precambrian Research 98, 243-270
Brauhart, C.W.; Morant, P.
Reply to discussion on 'Geochemistry and geodynamic setting of volcanic and plutonic rocks associated with early Archaean volcanogenic massive sulfide mineralisation, Pilbara Craton' (Vearncombe, S.E., Kerrich, R., 1999. Precambrian Research 98, 243-270) by C.W. Brauhart, P. Morant
Vearncombe, S.; Kerrich, R.