Data for: Crustal rheology of southern Tibet constrained from lake-induced viscoelastic deformation

Published: 31 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/mpd8dkvpz2.1
Maxime Henriquet


The data locations discussed in the text and in the supplements are available as XYZ files (Longitude / Latitude, in decimal degrees and elevation extracted from AW3D30 DEM). 3 datasets are presented: “Zhari_1” (1914 paleoshorelines location around Zhari Nam Tso), “Zhari_2” (31 samples location picked on the paleoshoreline shown Supplementary Figure A.1) and “Siling_1” (474 paleoshorelines location around Siling Tso). We also provide the best model output from Doin et al., 2015 (Supplementary Figure F.1) used in this study to analyse the ground deformation driven by modern water level variations of Siling Tso (“Siling_2” file, including the x and y locations, the water height and the vertical displacements). This model has an elastic lid of thickness Te = 30 km overlying a viscoelastic channel of thickness L = 35 km and of viscosity η = 2.1018 Pa.s over a rigid base (modeled with a viscosity of 1025 Pa.s).