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New geologic and geochronologic data clearly establish that the two Archean basement-rock terranes recognized previously in Minnesota also occur in northern Wisconsin and Michigan, on the east side of the midcontinent gravity high. Greenstone-granite complexes (about 2,700 m.y. old) that are remarkably similar to those in the greenstone terrane of northern Minnesota are present on the south side of the Gogebic Range in northern Wisconsin and adjacent Michigan and in the northern complex of the Marquette district. Migmatitic gneisses and amphibolite, which are similar to the high-grade rocks in the gneiss terrane in southern Minnesota, are sporadically exposed south of...

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