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Dataset with first and last occurences of aquatic insect families based on dataset of Nicholson et al., 2015. Aquatic stages of each family are mentioned in the first column. Additional data obtained from Sinitshenkova, 2002; Lancaster and Downes, 2013; Rasnitsyn and Strelnikova, 2018.
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Supplementary dataset to Olierook et al., 2018, Gondwana Research, Rutile Capricorn Orogen
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Our dataset includes the Analytical methods, Petrographic photos of the basement rocks, Zircon U-Pb geochrnology data of the basement rocks, Major-REE-Trace elements analyses and Sr-Nd isotopic data of the basement rocks.
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Supplementary tables
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U-Pb detrital zircon geochronology and electron microprobe analyses
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Supplementary data Appendix table A1. Isotopic data for U-Pb zircon dating of igneous samples from the Chaobuleng pluton. Appendix table A2. Major and trace elements for the granitoid samples from the Chaobuleng pluton.
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Detrital Zircon U-Pb Geochronology of siliciclastic matrix melange sandstone blocks and matrix and Tethyan Himalaya sandstone beds Electron Microprobe analyses of siliciclastic matrix melange metabasite and metapelite blocks
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Detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology on siliciclastic matrix melange sandstone blocks and matrix and Tethyan Himalaya sandstone beds Electron microprobe analyses on siliciclastic matrix melange metabasite and metapelite blocks
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Detrital Zircon U-Pb geochronology of siliclastic matrix melange sandstone blocks and Tethyan Himalaya strata. Electron microprobe analyses of siliciclastic matrix melange metabasite and metapelite blocks.
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Comprehensive studies of zircon xenocrysts from kimberlites of the Kuoika field (northeastern Siberian craton) and several kimberlite fields of the eastern Anabar shield, along with data compilation on the age of kimberlite-hosting terranes, reveal details of the evolution of the northern Siberian craton. The age distribution and trace element characteristic of zircons from the Kuoika field kimberlites (Birekte terrane) provide evidence of significant basic and alkaline–carbonatite magmatism in northern Siberia in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic periods. The abundance of 1.8–2.1 Ga zircons in both the Birekte and adjacent Hapchan terranes (the latter hosting kimberlites of the eastern Anabar shield) supports the Paleoproterozoic assembly and stabilization of these units in the Siberian craton and the supercontinent Columbia. The abundance of Archean zircons in the Hapchan terrane reflects the input of an ancient source other than the Birekte terrane and addresses the evolution of the terrane to west (Magan and Daldyn terranes of the Anabar shield). The present study has also revealed the oldest known remnant of the Anabar shield crust, whose 3.62 Ga age is similar to that of another ancient domain of Siberia, the Aldan shield. The first Hf isotope data for the Anabar shield coupled with the U–Pb systematics indicate three stages of crustal growth (Paleoproterozoic, Neoarchean and Paleoarchean) and two stages of the intensive crustal recycling in the Paleoproterozoic and Neoarchean. Intensive reworking of the existing crust at 2.5–2.8 Ga and 1.8–2.1 Ga is interpreted to provide evidence for the assembly of Columbia. The oldest Hf model age estimation provides a link to Early Eoarchean (3.7–3.95 Ga) and possibly to Hadean crust. Hence, some of the Archean cratonic segments of the Siberian craton could be remnants of the Earth's earliest continental crust.
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