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The Dana Hill metagabbro body is a small (5 × 1.5 km) gabbroic intrusion located along the boundary between the Adirondack Highlands (Central Granulite Terrane) and the Adirondack Lowlands (Central Metasedimentary Belt). The Dana Hill metagabbro body crops out in the belt of highly strained rock known as the Carthage-Colton shear zone. Six generations of deformational and veining events cut the Dana Hill metagabbro body and are used to delineate a deformation or mineralization history for the body. Geothermometric data for multiple early-formed shear zones record temperatures of 770–711 °C ± 50 °C, with early-formed shear zones recording predominately right-lateral...

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