Abstract

A fault-bounded clastic sedimentary sequence occurs as an outlier in contact with a terrane of Archean metavolcanic rocks. In addition to a regional penetrative fabric, the rocks of the clastic sequence possess a crenulation cleavage that is axial planar to a set of minor, north-plunging folds. Abundant faulting of the clastic rocks has resulted in significant internal disruption of the sequence as a whole and suggests it is a down-faulted block of a basin structure.

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