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Fission Track Thermochronology of Late Cretaceous Sandstones of the Izumi Group Adjacent to the Median Tectonic Line Active Fault System in Southwest Japan
Evolutionary Models of Convergent Margins - Origin of Their Diversity
Fission track (FT) thermochronology was applied to the Late Cretaceous turbidite sandstones of the Izumi Group adjacent to the Median Tectonic Line active fault system in southwest Japan. Apatite FT analyses revealed the following three stages of cooling (uplift) events: 95-78 Ma (Cenomanian-Campanian) from >130°C, 74-46 Ma (Campanian-middle Eocene) from approximately 100°C, and 27-7 Ma (late Oligocene-late Miocene) from approximately 70°C. By contrast, zircon FT analysis indicated cooling fromdoi:10.5772/67962 fatcat:6wbiocshxnan7htfv5kzsq3dmi