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Four structural-metamorphic zones separated by ductile shear zones comprise the Sulu high- to ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic terrane. From south to north, they are the southern high-pressure zone (0.2–0.4 GPa, 350–400 °C), the central very high-pressure zone (1.5–2.5 GPa, 500–600 °C), the northern ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) zone (>2.8 GPa, 650–800 °C) dominated by paragneiss, and the northern UHP zone dominated by granitic gneiss. Exhumation was associated with retrograde amphibolite- to greenschist-facies metamorphism and oblique southeastward ductile extrusion within the subduction channel. Geologic observations and seismic reflection profiles suggest an eroded asymmetric antiformal slab intruded by numerous Mesozoic granitic plutons. Zircon U/Pb ages indicate...

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