Oligocene – Miocene contraction on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau: Insights From the evolution of intermontane basins in the West Qinling Belt

Published: 4 October 2021| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/8y5rtnggky.3
Contributors:
Chuang Sun,
Yue-Jun Wang,
Renjie Zhou,
,
Yong-Gang Yan,
Ying Wang,
Bin-Bin Xu,
Bing-Xu Liu,
Zhi-Gang Li,
Hao Liang,
Ge-Ge Hui,
Yi-Peng Zhang,
Qing-Ying Tian,
Wen-Jun Zheng,
Wei-Tao Wang,
Pei-Zhen Zhang

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Text S1 Demagnetization and tests Text S2 Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) analyses Text S3 Detrital Zircons U-Pb Ages test Figures S1 Orthogonal (Zijderveld) vector plots of the representative thermal demagnetization behaviors of specimens from the Anhua section. Figures S2 Equal-area plots of accepted ChRMs (185 sites) from the Anhua section in (a) geographic and (b) tilt-corrected coordinates. Figures S3 AMS data. (a) Equal-area, lower-hemisphere projection of anisotropy of the maximum (blue squares), medium (green triangles) and minimum (pink circles) susceptibility axes in stratigraphic coordinates. (b) PJ–T (corrected degrees of anisotropy vs. shape parameter). (c) Flinn diagram. Table S1. Main characteristics and interpretations of major sedimentary facies in this study. Table S2. Fossils were discovered along the West Qinling Belt. Table S3. Zircon U-Pb geochronological analyses. Table S4. Quantitative comparison of age distributions for the Anhua basin (Z1&Z2; Z3&Z4).

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