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Along-strike variations of the partitioning of convergence across the Haiyuan fault system detected by InSAR. Geophysical Journal International. 205(1):536-547.. 2016.
Constraining the kinematics of metropolitan Los Angeles faults with a slip-partitioning model. Geophysical Research Letters. 43(21):11192-11201.. 2016.
Coseismic deformation of the 2001 Mw = 7.8 Kokoxili earthquake in Tibet, measured by synthetic aperture radar interferometry. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 110:B12408.. 2005.
Crustal thickening in Gansu-Qinghai, lithospheric mantle subduction, and oblique, strike-slip controlled growth of the Tibet plateau. Geophysical Journal InternationalGeophysical Journal International. 135:1-47.. 1998.
Rate of left-lateral movement along the easternmost segment of the Altyn Tagh fault, east of 96 degrees E (China). Geophysical Journal InternationalGeophysical Journal International. 124:29-44.. 1996.
Partitioning of crustal slip between linked, active faults in the eastern Qilian Shan, and evidence for a major seismic gap, the ‘Tianzhu gap', on the western Haiyuan Fault, Gansu (China). Geophysical Journal InternationalGeophysical Journal International. 120:599-645.. 1995.
Preliminary early cretaceous paleomagnetic results from the Gansu Corridor, China. Earth and Planetary Science LettersEarth and Planetary Science Letters. 129:217-232.. 1995.
Active thrusting and folding in the Qilian Shan, and decoupling between upper crust and mantle in northeastern Tibet. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. Volume 97(Issues 3–4):382-383,387-403.. 1990.