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Thin vein (grey layer) of the 1.9 Ga Bourne granite suite crosscutting a fold train of orthogneiss and amphibolite layers. Located a few meters below the Cordilleran orogenic base mapped in the northern Monashee Complex of the southeastern Canadian Cordillera.

Crowley, J.L., Brown, R.L., Gervais, F., Gibson, H.D. (2008). Assessing zircon and monazite inheritance in granitic rocks; an example from the Monashee Complex, Canadian Cordillera. Journal of Petrology 49, 1915-1929.
Gervais, F., Brown, R.L., Crowley, J.L. (2010). Tectonic implications for a Cordilleran orogenic base in the Frenchman Cap dome, southeastern Canadian Cordillera. Journal of Structural Geology 32, 941-959.

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Thin vein (grey layer) of the 1.9 Ga Bourne granite suite crosscutting a fold train of orthogneiss and amphibolite layers. Located a few meters below the Cordilleran orogenic base mapped in the northern Monashee Complex of the southeastern Canadian Cordillera.

Crowley, J.L., Brown, R.L., Gervais, F., Gibson, H.D. (2008). Assessing zircon and monazite inheritance in granitic rocks; an example from the Monashee Complex, Canadian Cordillera. Journal of Petrology 49, 1915-1929.
Gervais, F., Brown, R.L., Crowley, J.L. (2010). Tectonic implications for a Cordilleran orogenic base in the Frenchman Cap dome, southeastern Canadian Cordillera. Journal of Structural Geology 32, 941-959.

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Photograph: Félix Gervais