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The chemical character of mafic rocks from the Arctic Alaska–Chukotka terrane records rifting of continental crust during the early Paleozoic, possibly during the Ordovician. The mafic rocks are part of a metamorphosed Neoproterozoic to Devonian continental margin sequence preserved in a Mesozoic metamorphic terrane, the Nome Complex, of Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Protoliths of the mafic rocks include basalt and mafic clastic rocks, which were interlayered with calcareous, pelitic, and feldspathic sediments, and gabbro and diabase, likely feeder dikes and sills to the basalt. Major-element, trace-element, and rare-earth element (REE) analyses of these mafic rocks, together with analyses of Nd, Pb,...

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