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Bedrock thermochronological ages across the Central Pyrenees (modified after Mouthereau et al. (2014)) and rift crustal units as recognised in the Pyrenean orogen based on our modelling approach (see text for explanation). Low-temperature thermochronometers are apatite (U-Th)/He (AHe), apatite fission-track (AFT), zircon (U-Th)/He (ZHe) and zircon fission-track (ZFT) systems. Thick black lines show the trend in the spatial evolution of AHe, AFT, ZHe and ZFT ages. Granite massifs are: Bono (Bo), Barruera (Ba), Maladeta (Mda), Marimaña (Mna), Riberot (Rt), Bethmale (Bet), Trois-Seigneurs (3S) and Arize (Az). NPF: North Pyrenean Fault. Age constraints are from Yelland (1991), Fitzgerald et al. (1999), Morris et al. (1998), Sinclair et al. (2005), Gibson et al. (2007), Vacherat et al. (2016) and Waldner et al. (2021).
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