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A distinctive yet enigmatic suite of fault-bounded ultramafic massifs occurs within accretionary complex mélange of the McHugh Complex on the Kenai Peninsula of southern Alaska. The largest and most significant of these include Red Mountain and the Halibut Cove Complex, consisting of dunite and pyroxenite with chromite seams and lesser quantities of garnet pyroxenite and gabbro. Several different hypotheses have been advanced to explain their origin. Burns (1985) correlated these fault-bounded ultramafic massifs with others known as the Border Ranges Ultramafic-Mafic Complex. Other parts of the Border Ranges Ultramafic-Mafic Complex are located several hundred kilometers away along the Border Ranges...

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