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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.
Kinematic behavior of southern Alaska constrained by westward decreasing postglacial slip rates on the Denali Fault, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research. 114. 2009.
Applications of morphochronology to the active tectonics of Tibet. Geological Society of America Special Papers. 415:61-86.. 2006.
Long-term slip rate of the southern San Andreas Fault from (10)Be-(26)Al surface exposure dating of an offset alluvial fan. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 111. 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.
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.
Response to comment on "Slip-rate measurements on the Karakorum Fault may imply secular variations in fault motion". Science. 309. 2005.
Slip-rate measurements on the Karakorum Fault may imply secular variations in fault motion. Science. 307:411-414.. 2005.
Rapid slip along the central Altyn Tagh Fault: Morphochronologic evidence from Cherchen He and Sulamu Tagh. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 109. 2004.
The 14 November 2001, Mw = 7.8 Kokoxili Earthquake in Northern Tibet (Qinghai Province, China). Seismological Research Letters. 73:125-135.. 2002.
Fast late Pleistocene slip rate on the Leng Long Ling segment of the Haiyuan fault, Qinghai, China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 107. 2002.
Long-term slip rates and characteristic slip: keys to active fault behaviour and earthquake hazard. Comptes Rendus De L Academie Des Sciences-Serie II, Fascicule A, Sciences De La Terre Et Des Planetes. 333:483-494.. 2001.
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.