The history and mechanism of southeastward extrusion and exhumation of the Tibetan Plateau lithosphere

Published: 25 April 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/f36szwkwjj.1
Limin Wu


This dataset includes the following content. Figure S1. The granitic samples along the Gaoligong shear zone in the Nujiang tectonic zone. Figure S2. Undeformed samples from the Lushui, Gongshan, and Bingzhongluo regions in the Nujiang tectonic zone. Figure S3. Apatite fission-track radial plots of study samples using Radial Plotter. Figure S4. AHe ages versus effective uranium content [eU] and equivalent sphere radius for samples from the Nujiang tectonic zone. Figure S5. The comparison of the observed ages and predicted ages by the best-fit model in this paper. Figure S6. The 45−40 Ma mafic dykes were distributed in the Nujiang tectonic zone. Figure S7. The 45−40 Ma deformed rocks were distributed in the whole SE Tibetan Plateau. Table S1. Results for samples mica 40Ar/39Ar thermochronology. Table S2. Results for samples zircon U-Pb, apatite (U‐Th)/He, and fission track thermochronology. Table S3. Results for single-grain apatite (U‐Th)/He thermochronology. Table S4. Results for standard MK-1 and Durango apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronology. Table S5. Results for single-grain apatite fission track thermochronology. Table S6. The fission track length data for sample 20TC-05. Table S7. 40Ar/39Ar geochronological data for each sample. Table S8. LA-ICP-MS zircon U-Pb isotopic analyses of the samples in the Dawangtang (Nujiang turn) region.



Tectonics, Thermochronology, Fission-Track Thermochronology, (Uranium-Thorium)/Helium Thermochronology