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Supporting information for 'A two-stage cooling of the Georgetown Inlier in NE Australia after 1.6 Ga Nuna assembly: new insights into the late-orogenic crustal tectono-magmatic history'

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posted on 19.03.2021, 09:25 by Jiangyu LiJiangyu Li, Z. (ZhengXiang) Li, A. (Amaury) Pourteau, F. (Fred) Jourdan, S. (Silvia ) Volante, Hugo K. H. Olierook, Adam Richmond NordsvanAdam Richmond Nordsvan, William J. Collins
This document contains the supporting information for the manuscript 'A two-stage cooling of the Georgetown Inlier in NE Australia after 1.6 Ga Nuna assembly: new insights into the late-orogenic crustal tectono-magmatic history' we submitted to JGR: Solid Earth.
In this document, we provide 40Ar/39Ar analytical data, previously argon results, and relative parameters for mineral closure temperature calculation and Monte Carlo simulation. Detail microscope images of the dated samples are also provided.

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How the Earth works — toward building a new tectonic paradigm

Australian Research Council

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4TU.ResearchData

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Curtin University, School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Perth, WA, Australia