Flowerdew M.J., Millar I.L., Vaughan A.P.M., Horstwood M.S.A. & Fanning C.M. 2006. The source of granitic gneisses and migmatites in the Antarctic Peninsula: a combined U–Pb SHRIMP and laser ablation Hf isotope study of complex zircons. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 151, 751–768.
Fraser A.G. & Grimley P.H. 1972. The geology of parts of the Bowman and Wilkins coasts, Antarctic Peninsula. Falkland Island Dependencies Survey Scientific Reports, No. 67, 59 pp.
Hole M.J., Pankhurst R.J. & Saunders A.D. 1991. Geochemical evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula magmatic arc: the importance of mantle-crust interactions during granitoid genesis. In Thomson M.R.A., Crame J.A. & Thomson J.W., eds. Geological evolution of Antarctica. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 369–374.
Hole M.J. 1986. Time controlled geochemistry of igneous rocks of the Antarctic Peninsula. PhD thesis, University of London, 396 pp. [Unpublished].
Meneilly A.W., Harrison S.M., Piercy B.A. & Storey B.C. 1987. Structural evolution of the magmatic arc in northern Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula. In McKenzie G.D., ed. Gondwana Six: structure, tectonics and geophysics. American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monograph, 40, 209–219.
Pankhurst R.J., Riley T.R., Fanning C.M. & Kelley S.P. 2000. Episodic silicic volcanism in Patagonia and the Antarctic Peninsula: chronology of magmatism associated with the break-up of Gondwana. Journal of Petrology 41, 605–625.
Smellie J.L. & Millar I.L. 1995. New K–Ar isotopic ages of schists from the Nordenskjöld Coast, Antarctic Peninsula: oldest part of the Trinity Peninsula Group? Antarctic Science, 7, 191–196.
Stubbs G.M. 1968. Geology of parts of the Foyn and Bowman Coasts, Graham Land. PhD thesis, University of Birmingham, 245 pp. [Unpublished].
Vaughan A.P.M., Millar I.L. & Thistlewood L. 1999. The Auriga Nunataks Shear zone: Mesozoic transfer faulting and arc deformation in northwest Palmer Land, Antarctica. Tectonics, 18, 911–928.