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Fission tracks are sensitive to heat, and therefore the technique is useful at unraveling the thermal evolution of rocks and minerals.

Most current research using fission tracks is aimed at: a) understanding the evolution of mountain belts; b) determining the source or provenance of sediments; c) studying the thermal evolution of basins; d) determining the age of poorly dated strata; and e) dating and provenance determination of archeological artifacts.

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For further information about any Data Repository item, please contact the author.Apatite fission-track (AFT) results indicate that these minor faults experienced two active phases in the Cretaceous and the Oligocene-Miocene.Further research indicate that the initiation timing of faulting became younger northward in both active periods and the later phase probably more active than the former phase.Chemical etching of polished internal surfaces of these minerals reveals spontaneous fission tracks, and the track density can be determined.Because etched tracks are relatively large (in the range 1 to 15 micrometres), counting can be done by optical microscopy, although other imaging techniques are used.

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