Petrogenesis of the Neoproterozoic West Highland Granitic Gneiss, Scottish Caledonides: cryptic mantle input to S-type granites?
Fowler, M.; Millar, I.L.; Strachan, R.A.; Fallick, A.E.;
Publisher: Elsevier BV
<p>The Neoproterozoic (c. 870 Ma) West Highland Granitic Gneiss, exposed in the Northern Highlands Terrane of Scotland, has elemental characteristics that are strikingly similar to those of the host Moine metasediments, which are thus consistent with an origin involving... View more
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