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A Late Precambrian North American craton Piedmont Arc Carolina Arc Island
arcs > / Ancestral Atlantic Africa B Cambrian North Piedmont Carolina Arc
American terrane \ Ancestral Atlantic Africa craton C Ordovician - Silurian (
The geology in one terrane is markedly different from a neighboring terrane.
Terrane boundaries are usually faults. Typically, a terrane covers thousands of
square kilometers, but Sonomia Franciscan and Great Valley Figure 5.21 Some ...
been called suspect terranes, that is, terranes that may not have formed at their
present site. If evidence indicates that a terrane did not form at its present site on
a continent, it is regarded as an accreted terrane. Accreted terranes that can be ...
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