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Abstract

The Seridó belt, of northeastern from Brazil,<br>is an excellent example that illustrates the usefulness<br>of radiometric data in the support understanding of<br>modern geological mapping in semi-arid terranes. We<br>propose a strong relationship among geochemical,<br>isotopic and geophysical signatures of each different<br>crustal block recognized in this region. This kind of<br>approach is fundamental for investigating the regional<br>structural framework and helps to better define the<br>boundaries of the different lithostratigraphic units<br>present in all of the complexly deformed Precambrian<br>belts in Brazil.

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2001-10-28
2021-10-24
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