Abstract

"In the Hecla Hoek rocks of Prince Charles Foreland, field evidence indicates that chloritoid has developed only where conditions of extreme stress have affected pelitic rocks of a certaintype. Microscopic examination confirms that many of the chloritoid-bearing rocks are extremely strained, and demonstrates that growth of the mineral was contemporaneous with movement. The distribution of chloritoid is in complete discordance with the pattern of regional metamorphism."

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