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Well-preserved eclogites were found for the first time in Antarctica, at the Lanterman Range, northern Victoria Land. They are part of a mafic-ultramafic belt that lies between the Wilson Terrane, representing part of the palaeo-Pacific margin of Gondwana, and the Bowers Terrane, a Cambro-Ordovician volcanic arc and related sediments, accreted to the margin during the Ross Orogeny. The eclogites formed at temperatures in the range 750-850°C and pressures above 15 kbar and subsequentlydoi:10.1017/s0954102096000399 fatcat:uob7a54dobcpzipmp3x6idp6qy