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Mylonite band in the Vredenburg pluton near Cape Columbine. A thicker (ca. 10 m), N150 trending mylonite band is visible on the GE image on the other side of the bay, some 100 m to the West. The mylonites are all associated to the Panafrican Colenso Fault.

Kisters, A., Belcher, R., Scheepers, R., Rozendaal, A., Jordaan, L., Armstrong, R., 2002. Timing and kinematics of the Colenso Fault: The Early Paleozoic shift from collisional to extensional tectonics in the Pan-African Saldania Belt, South Africa. S.Afr.J.Geol. 105, 257.
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Mylonite band in the Vredenburg pluton near Cape Columbine. A thicker (ca. 10 m), N150 trending mylonite band is visible on the GE image on the other side of the bay, some 100 m to the West. The mylonites are all associated to the Panafrican Colenso Fault.

Kisters, A., Belcher, R., Scheepers, R., Rozendaal, A., Jordaan, L., Armstrong, R., 2002. Timing and kinematics of the Colenso Fault: The Early Paleozoic shift from collisional to extensional tectonics in the Pan-African Saldania Belt, South Africa. S.Afr.J.Geol. 105, 257.
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Photograph: JF Moyen