(v. 11, no. 5, p. 1530–1564, doi:10.1130/GES01165.1)
Because of an erroneously labeled data file, the incorrect data was included for sample 02An-12. The new data are included in the corrected tables and figures. The new data move the maximum depositional age of the sample from the Late Jurassic to the Middle Jurassic. Thus, in the text, figures, and tables, the sedimentary rocks of the South Anyui zone should be considered to potentially extend from the Middle Jurassic to the Early Cretaceous instead of Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous. We have updated the text description of the zircon ages for this sample, as well as Figure 9, Table 5, and Table DR3 in the Supplemental File (see text footnote 1).
On page 1539, Table DR3, which is included in the Supplemental File, is incorrect. The corrected table appears in the revised Supplemental File, which can be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/GES01165.S1 or with the full-text article on www.gsapubs.org
On page 1544, the data in Table 5 is incorrect. The corrected table appears below:
On pages 1547–1548, Figure 9, the relative probability distribution curves for sample 02AN-12 are incorrect. The corrected figure appears below:
On page 1549, the first paragraph in the left column is incorrect. The corrected text appears below:
Sample 02An-12 is a fine-grained black siltstone with trace fossils on the bedding plane that appear to be Planolites. Although this sample was previously mapped as Late Triassic (T3k, Carnian), the youngest two zircons are 171 Ma and another is 181 Ma, suggesting the sample has a MDA of Early-Mid Jurassic (Fig. 9B). The main peak of the n = 56 dataset is at 288 Ma (Permian, with a range from 300–280 Ma), two Triassic grains are present, and other prominent peaks are at 329 Ma and 1.86 Ga (Fig. 9A). Six grains are Archean with the oldest at 2.73 Ga.