Supporting information for [The Wulanmoren Accretionary Complex unravels Early Devonian to Late Triassic multiple-arc amalgamation in the Tianshan Orogen (NW China)]
Supporting information for [The Wulanmoren Accretionary Complex unravels Early Devonian to Late Triassic multiple-arc amalgamation in the Tianshan Orogen (NW China)]. This supporting material contains mineral composition and metamorphic deformation characteristics of 16 specimens in Table S1, LA-ICP-MS zircon U-Pb dating results of zircons from 15 samples in this study in Table S2, major and trace element concentrations of thirty-one samples of volcanic rocks are presented in Table S3, compilation of previously published radiometric detrital zircons ages of the Northern Tarim area and the Northern Ili arc in Table S4, and Representative cathodoluminescence (CL) images of zircons from samples in this study in Figure S1.
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The rocks were processed at the Urumqi Mineral Resources Supervision and Monitoring Center of the Ministry of Land and Resources of China for conventional major and trace element analysis. The zircons were then analyzed at the Guangxi Key Laboratory of Hidden Metallic Ore Deposits Exploration, Guilin University of Technology using an Agilent 7500a quadruple (Q)-ICP-MS and GeoLas HD LA system equipped with a 193‐nm ArF‐excimer laser with the automatic positioning system.