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For many years, the question regarding what happens to the rocks of the Talladega belt in the vicinity of their apparent northeastern terminus near Cartersville has been the subject of controversy. This has coincided with the debate over the age and correlation of metasedimentary rocks that overlie the billion-year-old Corbin gneiss complex to the east of Cartersville. Both of these problems are interrelated, and the resolution of each is dependent on the other.

Stratigraphic relationships in the polydeformed rocks exposed in the Salem Church anticlinorium east of Cartersville indicate that the rocks unconformably overlying the Corbin gneiss complex are lithostratigraphic...

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