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The bedding-plane anisotropy and structural configuration of the Mesoproterozoic Belt-Purcell Supergroup guided a narrow magmatic salient >350 km eastward from the Salmon River suture of Idaho to the foreland basin of central Montana, along a deep graben within the southern part of the Belt-Purcell Basin. The magma assimilated anatectic melt from the lower Belt-Purcell Supergroup in the western half of the graben, where the Lemhi subbasin had intersected and deepened the graben by several kilometers. The magma stepped across the stratigraphic section as it intruded eastward along the graben, spread laterally as it climbed into the overlying Paleozoic and Mesozoic...

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