Data for: Comparing contiguous high- and low-elevation continental margins: New (U-Th)/He constraints from South Brazil and an integration of the thermochronological record of the southeastern passive margin of South America

Published: 1 Nov 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gcwnsbg243.1
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The supplementary data for "Comparing contiguous high- and low-elevation continental margins: New (U-Th)/He constraints from South Brazil and an integration of the thermochronological record of the southeastern passive margin of South America" include sample coordinates, details on the applied methods, and (U-Th)/He data for all analysed samples.

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Comparing contiguous high- and low-elevation continental margins: New (U-Th)/He constraints from South Brazil and an integration of the thermochronological record of the southeastern passive margin of South America

Published in: Tectonophysics

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    2019-11-01

    Published: 2019-11-01

    DOI: 10.17632/gcwnsbg243.1

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    Hueck, Mathias (2019), “Data for: Comparing contiguous high- and low-elevation continental margins: New (U-Th)/He constraints from South Brazil and an integration of the thermochronological record of the southeastern passive margin of South America”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/gcwnsbg243.1

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