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Metamorphic Evolution

  • R. Kryza
Part of the IGCP-Project 233 book series (IGCP 233)

Abstract

The distribution of metamorphic complexes, their documented, or more often inferred, protolith ages and metamorphic grades are shown in Fig. 1 of Chapter VI.A. Here, a description of the complexes is given, generally according to their metamorphic grade. Particular attention is paid to eclogites and granulites which bear potentially important petrologic information.

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Cordie Rite Bohemian Massif Metamorphic Event Greenschist Facies Amphibolite Facies 
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