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Detrital thermochronology is commonly used to locate source and improve the understanding of a region's long-term development. Provenance detrital age data typically comprise a number of distinct age modes representing contributions from a number of different sources. For methods such as apatite fission track (FT) this can present a challenge in that direct assignment of age modes to particular lithological or tectono-stratigraphic units is rarely possible, particularly when ancient orogenic sediments are examined. A new approach described here is based on measuring Nd isotopic data on single apatites by laser ablation ICPMS where the 143Nd/144Nd ratios...

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