Formation of Alpine deformational structures in the Ossa Massif (northern Pelagonian Zone) occurred at metamorphic temperatures which failed to reset most pre-Alpine Ar cooling ages in muscovite porphyroclasts.
The low metamorphic temperatures at Alpine times have preserved the argon isotopic signature in white mica bearing deformational structures, which allows direct dating of these structures and refinement of the Alpine tectonic history in the region.
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