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The Carthage-Colton mylonite zone is a major geothermochronological discontinuity across the northwest Adirondack Mountains of New York, a southern extension of the Grenville Province. A large syenitic gneiss body, the Diana syenite, occurs along most of the southern Carthage-Colton mylonite zone. The present study examined petrofabrics and magnetofabrics of oriented cores and accurately oriented thin- sections to investigate the sources of anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) within a central portion of the Diana syenite. Three petrographic foliations, a petrographic lineation, and a magnetic intersection lineation were clearly distinguished. Two of the foliations appear to represent axial planar foliations of the...

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