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Data supplement items I - V for The Samail subduction zone dilemma: Geochronology of high-pressure rocks from the Saih Hatat window, Oman, reveals juxtaposition of two subduction zones with contrasting thermal histories

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posted on 2024-01-15, 15:07 authored by Uwe RingUwe Ring, Johannes Glodny, Reuben HansmanReuben Hansman, Andreas Scharf, Frank Mattern, Ivan Callegari, Douwe van Hinsbergen, Arne Willner, Yangbaihe Hong

This revised version includes comments made by reviewers, which made slight changes to the five supplements necessary.

Data supplement I provides a detailed cross section with stratigraphic columns of the Arabian rifted margin in Oman.

Data supplement II provides an additional, geometrical feasible interpretation of the development of the major shear zones of the Ruwi - Al Hamriyah area.

Data supplement item III is a review of literature data for finding a potential protolith for the calcphyllite of the Ruwi Nappe.

Data supplement item IV provides a detailed outline of the Rb-Sr method used for dating metamorphic rocks of the Saih Hatat window. It also describes the 22 samples dated by the Rb-Sr method.

Data supplement item V reports the Rb-Sr data

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Funded by the Swedish Research Council (VR grant 2021-04075)

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The Samail subduction zone dilemma: Geochronology of high-pressure rocks from the Saih Hatat window, Oman, reveals juxtaposition of two subduction zones with contrasting thermal histories Uwe Ring1, Johannes Glodny2, Reuben Hansman1,*, Andreas Scharf3, Frank Mattern3, Ivan Callegari4, Douwe J.J. van Hinsbergen5, Arne Willner6, Yangbaihe Hong1 a revised version of this manuscript has been be submitted to Earth Science-Reviews on 15 January 2024

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  • 464 Institutionen för geologiska vetenskaper (IGV) | Department of Geological Sciences

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