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Large bodies of eclogite in the Eastern Blue Ridge Province of western North Carolina crop out immediately southeast of the Burnsville fault zone, an Acadian dextral strike-slip fault that separates Laurentian Mesoproterozoic basement and Neoproterozoic to early Paleozoic units (Western Blue Ridge) from an inferred accretionary wedge complex (Eastern Blue Ridge). The peak metamorphic assemblage in eclogite is omphacite (Jd27–35) + garnet (Alm48Prp30Grs22) + quartz + rutile ± zoisite ± zircon ± apatite ± sulfides ± Fe-Ti oxides; evidence of an amphibolite-facies overprint is regionally widespread but variably developed. Geochemical and isotopic...

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