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Petrological studies of staurolite–garnet–kyanite–biotite schist and garnet–muscovite schist of the Gula Complex, central Norway, provide constraints on metamorphic evolution during Scandian continent–continent collision, burial and exhumation of the Caledonian Upper Allochthon. The biotite schist contains conspicuous porphyroblasts of Fe-rich staurolite, garnet and kyanite, set in a fine-grained, well-foliated matrix of biotite, quartz, minor plagioclase and muscovite. The muscovite schist is fine- to medium-grained with a muscovite–quartz-dominated matrix, including garnet, biotite, minor plagioclase and clinozoisite. Pressure–temperature (PT) modelling based on thermobarometric calculations and construction of PT pseudo-sections illustrate that metamorphism reached 680 °C with...

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