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The Seve Nappe Complex in the Scandinavian Caledonides records a range of peak metamorphic conditions and timings. To better understand pressure-temperature-deformation-time differences throughout the complex and possible tectonic scenarios, metamorphosed mafic rocks within the Tarfala Valley of the Kebnekaise Massif (Sweden) were investigated using integrated petrologic and geochronologic techniques. Thermodynamic modeling of two samples using domainal and whole-rock compositions integrated with mineral chemistry, mineral textures, and titanite and zircon U-Pb geochronology constrained a portion of the pressure-temperature (P-T) path. Peak metamorphic conditions of 590–660 °C and 9.7–10.5 kbar were followed by near-isothermal decompression or a subsolidus clockwise...

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