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Rapport Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse
A thick sequence of Proterozoic sedimentary and volcanic rocks (the Thule Group), penetrated in part by basic minor intrusions, characterises the Thule district of North-West Greenland (fig. 6). These strata, overlying the Greenland Shield with profound unconformity, form a large intracratonic basin on Ihe northern margin af the North American Greenland craton (Dawes, 1976).doi:10.34194/rapggu.v100.7689 fatcat:y6ey6bhn4vgt7cm6pi7534t2ga