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Showing the relative movements of the Rae, Superior and Hearne cratons to each other, mostly in the Trans-Hudson domain, but also in parts of Alberta.

Geochronological dating allows a sequential hypothesis, starting well back, and looking at the northwest corner of the previous slide. You see the Slave and Rae plates move towards each other but also starting the wrenching movement which centres along the GSLSZ in the right-hand portion of the slide.

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