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26 Keiter et al. blueschists, frequent outcrop-scale folds can be observed. Often, they show a class 1C or class 2 profile (cf. Park, 1989) and have a generally (but not always) steep fold axial plane and interlimb angles between 100° and 50° (see Plate 1E). Their fold axes generally dip gently toward the ENE (60°–70°). They refold the penetrative s2 cleavage, and where pseudomorphs after lawsonite are present, these are deformed on the limbs of the folds (Fig. 15). An axial plane-parallel cleavage is, if at all, only very weakly developed.
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A new geological map of the Island of Syros (Aegean Sea, Greece): Implications for lithostratigraphy and structural history of the Cycladic Blueschist Unit by Mark Keiter, Chris Ballhaus, Frank Tomaschek