Data for: How faithfully the geochronological and geochemical signatures of detrital zircon, titanite, rutile and monazite record magmatic and metamorphic events? A case study from the Himalaya and Tibet

Published: 17 Jan 2020 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dck59kzzjs.1
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This section covered our appendix data which is not shown in the manuscript, Appendix 1 is the magmatic and metamorphic age of bed rock in south Tibet from literature, Appendix 2 is the whole sand ( petrography ) and heavy mineral composition from Lhasa river, Nianchu and Pumchu respectively, the other four Appendixes from 3 to 6 are detrital zircon, monazite, titanite and rutile geochemical and U-Th-Pb dating.

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How faithfully do the geochronological and geochemical signatures of detrital zircon, titanite, rutile and monazite record magmatic and metamorphic events? A case study from the Himalaya and Tibet

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    2020-01-17

    Published: 2020-01-17

    DOI: 10.17632/dck59kzzjs.1

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    Hu, Xiumian (2020), “Data for: How faithfully the geochronological and geochemical signatures of detrital zircon, titanite, rutile and monazite record magmatic and metamorphic events? A case study from the Himalaya and Tibet ”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/dck59kzzjs.1

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