Supplemental Material: Isotopic spatial-temporal evolution of magmatic rocks in the Gangdese belt: Implications for the origin of Miocene post-collisional giant porphyry deposits in southern Tibet
journal contributionposted on 01.04.2021, 13:30 by Chen-Hao Luo, Rui Wang, et al.
Two supplemental pictures and five supplemental tables. The pictures exhibit the Nd-Hf isotopic spatial distribution of the Gangdese belt magmatic rocks, southern Tibet, by using the average isotopic values of per 0.5 longitude (Fig. S1) and two additional magma mixing models related to the Jurassic and Cretaceous Gangdese belt magmatic rocks, southern Tibet (Fig. S2). The talbes contain all the data used in this research and their references.