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Table 1 New zircon fission track data

From: Ductile to brittle fault zone evolution in Austroalpine units to the southeast of the Tauern Window (Eastern Alps)

Sample code Long. Lat. Elevation (m.a.s.l.) n ρs Ns ρi Ni ρd Nd P2) (%) Age (Ma) ±1σ (Ma)
KR 9 13°07′01″ 46°52′56″ 2130 20 101.722 958 64,028 603 6886 3089 99.2 67.3 3.9
KR 8 13°07′32″ 46°53′19″ 1714 20 101.460 922 64,502 598 6812 3089 93.2 60.4 4.3
KR 6 h 13°09′45″ 46°53′17″ 2380 20 100.929 980 64,982 623 6901 3089 92.8 55.6 3.3
KR 6 fc 13°09′45″ 46°53′17″ 2380 20 101.098 989 64,835 600 6851 3089 98.4 54.2 3.6
KR 5 h 13°10′57″ 46°54′29″ 1883 20 99.897 790 63,291 572 6734 3089 99.3 41.2 2.8
KR 5 dz 13°10′58″ 46°54′28″ 1870 20 100.012 809 63,498 604 6733 3089 94.5 40.5 2.8
KR 5 fc 13°10′58″ 46°54′28″ 1870 20 100.047 901 64,281 650 6629 3089 97.3 40.1 2.2
  1. n, Number of dated apatite crystals; ρsi, spontaneous/induced track densities (×105 tracks/cm2); Ns/Ni, number of counted spontaneous/induced tracks; ρd, dosimeter track density (×105 tracks cm2); Nd, number of tracks counted on dosimeter; P2), probability obtaining Chi square (χ2) value for n degrees of freedom (where n is number of crystals minus 1); age ± 1σ is central age ± 1 standard error (Galbraith and Laslett 1993); ages were calculated using zeta calibration method (Hurford and Green 1983); glass dosimeter CN-2; hr, host rock; dz, damage zone; fc, fault core