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Active tectonics evaluation from geomorphic indices for the central and the southern Longmenshan range on the Eastern Tibetan Plateau, China. Tectonics. 35(8):1812-1826.. 2016.
Optimized volume models of earthquake-triggered landslides. Scientific Reports. 6. 2016.
The Pingding segment of the Altyn Tagh Fault (91°E): Holocene slip-rate determination from cosmogenic radionuclide dating of offset fluvial terraces. Journal of Geophysical Research. 117. 2012.
Rupture behavior and deformation localization of the Kunlunshan earthquake (M w 7.8) and their tectonic implications. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences. 51:1361-1374.. 2008.
Millennial Recurrence of Large Earthquakes on the Haiyuan Fault near Songshan, Gansu Province, China. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 97:14-34.. 2007.
Applications of morphochronology to the active tectonics of Tibet. Geological Society of America Special Papers. 415:61-86.. 2006.
Reevaluation of surface rupture parameters and faulting segmentation of the 2001 Kunlunshan earthquake (Mw7.8), northern Tibetan Plateau, China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 111:B05316.. 2006.
The Aksay segment of the northern Altyn Tagh fault: Tectonic geomorphology, landscape evolution, and Holocene slip rate. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 110. 2005.
High-Resolution Satellite Imagery Mapping of the Surface Rupture and Slip Distribution of the Mw 7.8, 14 November 2001 Kokoxili Earthquake, Kunlun Fault, Northern Tibet, China. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 95:1970-1987.. 2005.
Late quaternary sinistral slip rate along the Altyn Tagh Fault and its structural transformation model. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences. 48:384-397.. 2005.
Giant, similar to M8 earthquake-triggered ice avalanches in the eastern Kunlun Shan, northern Tibet: Characteristics, nature and dynamics. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 116:394-406.. 2004.
Rapid slip along the central Altyn Tagh Fault: Morphochronologic evidence from Cherchen He and Sulamu Tagh. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 109. 2004.
Rapid active thrusting along the northwestern range front of the Tanghe Nan Shan (western Gansu, China). Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 106:30475-30504.. 2001.