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Supplemental Material: High-magnesium igneous associations record final-stage geodynamic process of the southeastern segment of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt

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posted on 2022-11-01, 15:20 authored by Yan Jing, Wen-chun Ge, et al.

Text: Methods. Figure S1: Diagrams showing chondrite-normalized REEs patterns for zircons from the high-Mg igneous associations in the Qinghe region. Figure S2: Diagrams showing variation of selected elements vs. LOI to check for element mobility during post-magmatic alteration. Figure S3: (A) SiO2 vs. Th/La and (B) MgO vs. Nb/La diagrams of the high-Mg igneous rocks in the Qinghe region. Figure S4: (A) MgO vs. CaO; (B) MgO vs. Cr; (C) MgO vs. Ni; (D) MgO vs. TiO2; (E) Sr vs. Ba; and (F) TiO2 versus V diagrams of the high-Mg igneous rocks in the Qinghe region. Mineral abbreviations: Ol—olivine; Hbl—hornblende; Cpx—clinopyroxene; Pl—plagioclase; Kf—potassium feldspar; Bi—biotite. Figure S5: Diagrams of (A) Nb/Yb vs. Th/Yb; (B) Th/Yb vs. La/Yb of the high-Mg igneous rocks in the Qinghe region. Tables S1–S5.

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