Can boninitic magma be the symbol for initiation subduction? An example from Kızıldağ (Hatay) ophiolite, Southeastern Türkiye

Published: 1 March 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gg28rc45vz.1
le wan, Tim Kusky


The data here are used to produce the related isotopic-geochemical figures in this manuscript. Four data files are provided including the geochronological data of Neo-Tethyan volcanic rocks in easetern Mediterranean (Supplementary Table 1); the Whole rock analyses of the mafic rocks of the Kızıldağ ophiolite, eastern Mediterranean (Supplementary Table 2); the analytical results of zircon U-Pb dating and Hf isotope from Kızıldağ ophiolite, eastern Mediterranean (Supplementary Table 3); and the EMP analyses of major elements in pyroxene and plagioclase from the mafic rocks of the Kızıldağ ophiolite (Supplementary Table 4). Geochemical data plotting were made with Geoplot Version 1.0 (Zhou and Li, 2006). Zircon U-Pb plots were made with ISOPLOT/Ex version 4.15 program (Ludwig, 2012). Maps were created through PyGMT (prerelease) (Uieda et al., 2021) using Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) version 6 (Wessel et al., 2019).



Geochemistry, Radiogenic Isotope