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Evaluating the size and extent of paleolakes in central Tibet during the late Pleistocene. Geophysical Research Letters.. 2017.
Rapid and punctuated Late Holocene recession of Siling Co, central Tibet. Quaternary Science Reviews. 172:15-31.. 2017.
Crustal strength in central Tibet determined from Holocene shoreline deflection around Siling Co. Earth And Planetary Science Letters. 423:145-154.. 2015.
Block rotation: Tectonic response of the Sichuan basin to the southeastward growth of the Tibetan plateau along the Xianshuihe-Xiaojiang fault. Tectonics. 5(9):640-645.. 2014.
Holocene slip rate along the Gyaring Co Fault, central Tibet. Geophysical Research Letters.. 2014.
Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Elashan range and its surroundings, northern Tibetan Plateau as constrained by paleomagnetism and apatite fission track analyses. Tectonophysics. 580:150-161.. 2012.
Geomorphic characteristics, spatial distribution of paleoshorelines around the Siling Co area, Central Tibetan Plateau, and the lake evolution within the Plateau. Chinese Journal of Geology. 47(3):730-745.. 2012.
High-altitude salt lake elevation changes and glacial ablation in Central Tibet, 2000–2010. Chinese Science Bulletin. 57(5):525-534.. 2012.
Two-phase growth of high topography in eastern Tibet during the Cenozoic. Nature Geosciences. 5(9):640-645.. 2012.
Young, active conjugate strike–slip deformation in West Sichuan: evidence for the stress–strain pattern of the southeastern Tibetan Plateau. International Geology Review. 54(9):991-1012.. 2011.
Millennial slip rates along the eastern Kunlun fault: Implications for the dynamics of intracontinental deformation in Asia. Lithosphere. 2(4):247-266.. 2010.
Structural control on the topography of the Laji–Jishi and Riyue Shan belts in the NE margin of the Tibetan plateau: Facilitation of the headward propagation of the Yellow River system. Journal of Asian Earth Science. 40(4):1002-1014.. 2010.
Late Cenozoic Uplift of the Yulong Snow Mountain (5596m) SE Tibetan Plateau, caused by erosion and tectonic forcing. . Quaternary Science. 28(2):222-231.. 2008.
Slip rate gradients along the eastern Kunlun fault. Tectonics. 26(C2010). 2007.
Deformational and geomorphic processes in the formation of the ailao shan-diancang range, west Yunnan.. Quaternary Science. 26(2):220-227.. 2006.
Orogeny and gravitational collapse along the convergent plate boundary and their mechanical origin: a case study on the Yarlung Tsangpo-Himalaya belt.. Earth Science Frontiers. 13(4):18-26.. 2006.