crenulation


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crenulation

crenation.
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Graphite is highly concentrated in well-developed horizontal crenulation cleavages which is later crenulated by young differential cleavage.
Textures in staurolite-oligoclase porphyroblastic p elite within the Cranberry Point Shear Zone indicate peak metamorphism was synchronous with localized crenulation of S1 around steep axes.
Polyphase deformation has resulted in the crenulation of the first phase cleavage and development of a weak second fabric locally, and later formation of conjugate kink bands in favourable lithologies.
The slaty cleavage (S1) is usually crenulated and sometimes develops a crenulation cleavage (S2).
Crenulation cleavages correspond with the minor and variably oriented late folds.