Definition of fundamental complex
1 : a widespread complex assemblage of highly metamorphic rocks that is the foundation of the geological column : the Archean rocks
2 : an assemblage of metamorphic rocks in any region and of any age that unconformably underlies the sedimentary or unmetamorphosed rocks of the region
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