Structure, timing, and model of emplacement of the Rose Blanche Granites, southwestern Newfoundland.

Mikhail B. Genkin
The Rose Blanche Granites are a suite of two-mica granites emplaced within amphibolite-grade metasediments of the Harbour Le Cou Group (Exploits subzone of the Dunnage Zone, Central Mobile Belt), in the Appalachians of SW Newfoundland. Regional D$\sb2$ is a result of oblique collision of the St. Lawrence and Cabot promontories, while D$\sb3$ is a result of orogen-parallel transpression. Bedding and bedding sub-parallel S$\sb1$ in the Harbour Le Cou wall rocks has been transposed and overprinted...
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