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Title: Locally Derived, Meteoric Fluid Infiltration was Responsible for Widespread Late Paleozoic Illite Authigenesis in the Appalachian Basin Open Access Deposited

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  • Results of quantitative X-ray diffraction, radiogenic (40Ar/39Ar), and stable isotopic (H) studies of mudstone samples of the North American Appalachian Basin are included in this repository entry.
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  • This data was generated as a chapter in the dissertation of Austin Boles.
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  • aboles@umich.edu
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  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
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  • 2016
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  • Boles, A., & Pluijm, B. van der. (2020). Locally Derived, Meteoric Fluid Infiltration Was Responsible for Widespread Late Paleozoic Illite Authigenesis in the Appalachian Basin. Tectonics, 39(7), e2020TC006137. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020TC006137
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  • 08/26/2021
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  • 06/17/2020
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  • https://doi.org/10.7302/7knb-kf94
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Boles, A., van der Pluijm, B. (2020). Locally Derived, Meteoric Fluid Infiltration was Responsible for Widespread Late Paleozoic Illite Authigenesis in the Appalachian Basin [Data set], University of Michigan - Deep Blue Data. https://doi.org/10.7302/7knb-kf94

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Dataset associated with repository entry, entitled "Locally Derived, Meteoric Fluid Infiltration was Responsible for Widespread Late Paleozoic Illite Authigenesis in the Appalachian Basin."

These data were generated as a chapter used to fulfill degree requirements for the PhD dissertation of Austin Boles (DeepBlue repository item http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/136996).

Four tables are included in this Excel Spreadsheet:

Table 1: Results from Quantitative X-ray Powder Diffraction of mudstone samples from the Appalachian Basin.
Table 2: Hydrogen isotopic results of mudstone samples from the Appalachian Basin.
Table 3: Results of linear regression analysis of hydrogen isotope data to unmix isotopic signatures of mixed clay mineral populations.
Table 4: Sample locations and descriptions for mudstone samples from the Appalachian Basin.

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