Supplemental material: U-Pb isotopic ages of euhedral zircons in the Rhaetian of British Columbia: Implications for Cordilleran tectonics during the Late Triassic
journal contributionposted on 11.08.2016 by M.L. Golding, J.K. Mortensen, J.-P. Zonneveld, M.J. Orchard
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Geosphere, October 2016, v. 12, p. 1606-1616, doi:10.1130/GES01324.1, Supplemental Table 1 - Location, isotopic ages, and errors of igneous rock units in the Canadian Cordillera that were formed between 237 Ma (the middle-upper Triassic boundary) and 200 Ma and may have been sources for the detrital zircon recovered from the section at Black Bear Ridge.