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Rapport Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse
The geology of Kangiussap nuna has been described by Walton (1976), Allaart et al., (1977) and more recently, folIowing 1:20000 mapping, by Coe & Robertson (1982) (see also Brewer et al., this report). A heterogeneous banded gneiss believed to be Amitsoq is intruded by multiphase Nl1k gneiss. Coe & Robertson (1982) recognised five phases of Nl1k gneiss (Nl1k 1-5). These are cut by undeformed to weakly foliated granites and pegmatites which were judged to be of Qorqut age (Coe & Robertson,doi:10.34194/rapggu.v115.7831 fatcat:szsesqaznvfhdluotqvmtobld4