The Supporting Information for Spatial Changes in Late Quaternary Slip Rates along the Gyaring Co Fault: Implications for Strain Partitioning and Deformation Modes in Central Tibet

Published: 26-04-2021| Version 5 | DOI: 10.17632/5x9m53xgsy.5
Duo Wang


Author: Wang Duo, Hong Chang, Gongming Yin, Fei Han, Zebin Mao, Jinhua Du Wenjun Zheng and Xulong Wang Corresponding author: Xulong Wang ( Contents of this file Text S1 Figures S1 to S3 Table S1 Introduction The supporting information including sampling, pretreatments, all details of Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating and collected rates and ages along strike-slip and normal faults in central Tibet. Text S1 shows detailed OSL dating processing and analysis procedures. Figures S1, S2 and S3 show OSL dating details at Kong Co, Aruo and Nacha site, respectively. Table S1 shows the rates and ages of strike-slip and normal faults and their corresponding references in central Tibet.