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The Neoproterozoic succession of East and North-East Greenland (over 14 000 m thick) includes the Eleonore Bay Supergroup (?Tonian–Cryogenian) and the Tillite Group (Cryogenian–Ediacaran). The upper units of the Eleonore Bay Supergroup consist of shallow to deeper-water carbonates, succeeded by siliciclastic fine-grained sediments (Bedgroup 19) that characterize the top unit of the supergroup.

The Tillite Group includes two diamictite-bearing units (Ulvesø and Storeelv formations) of glaciogenic origin and two upper, upwards-shallowing strata (Canyon and Spiral Creek formations) that were deposited during semiarid conditions and concluded the Neoproterozoic depositional cycle. Diamictite is preserved on the craton and compares with the...

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