Crustal deformation in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau: the roles of northward indentation of the Qaidam basin and southward underthrusting of the North China Craton

Published: 25-07-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/626g89jpg9.1
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chuang sun

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Chuang Sun*, Zhigang Li, Wenjun Zheng, Dong Jia, Shuang Yang *Corresponding author: Chuang Sun (sunchuang@mail.sysu.edu.cn and sunny_like@163.com) All the presented kinematical data were measured from modelled thrust wedges in our sandbox experiments which illustrating how brittle upper crust response differently to distinct boundary conditions, like that of indentation or underthrusting of certain plate/block mantle lithosphere in the northern Tibetan Plateau. This supporting information includes the supplementary 5 tables. Table S1. The measured elevations of each structures in Exp.030 and Exp.031 and their uplift rates. Table S2. The measured elevations of each structures in Exp.026 and their uplift rates. Table S3. The measured elevations of each structures in Exp.020 and Exp.022 and their uplift rates. Table S4. Dynamic surface slope angles measured from all the five experiments. Table S5. Dynamic width of the growing thrust wedges measured from all the five experiments.

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