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The Central Maine Terrane (CMT) includes the rocks that extend northeasterly from Connecticut to Maine and from the Monroe Fault on the west to the Campbell Hill-Nonesuch River Fault Zone on the east. A four-phase sequence of Acadian regional deformation is recognized for the CMT cover sequence. D1, the earliest phase, is characterized by F1 nappes that have east or west vergence; the sense of vergence switches at the Central New Hampshire anticlinorium (CNHA). D1 is also characterized by early, rarely observed, low-angle and “blind” T1 thrust faults. The CNHA (or “dorsal zone”) is analogous...

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