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Primary surface ruptures of the great Himalayan earthquakes in 1934 and 1255. Nature Geoscience. 6:71-76.. 2013.
Incision rate of the Yellow River in Northeastern Tibet constrained by 10Be and 26Al cosmogenic isotope dating of fluvial terraces: implications for catchment evolution and plateau building. Geological Society, London, Special Publications. 353:189-219.. 2011.
Normal Faulting during the August 1989 Earthquakes in Central Afar: Sequential Triggering and Propagation of Rupture along the Dobi Graben. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 101:994-1023.. 2011.
Quantifying landscape differences across the Tibetan plateau: Implications for topographic relief evolution. Journal of Geophysical Research. 113. 2008.
Geomorphic evidence for an emergent active thrust along the edge of the Po Plain: The Broni-Stradella fault. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 108. 2003.
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.
Source parameters and tectonic origin of the 1996 June 1 Tianzhu (Mw=5.2) and 1995 July 21 Yongden (Mw=5.6) earthquakes near the Haiyuan fault (Gansu, China). Geophysical Journal International. 144:206-220.. 2001.
Uniform slip-rate along the Kunlun Fault: Implications for seismic behaviour and large-scale tectonics. Geophysical Research LettersGeophysical Research Letters. 27:2353-2356.. 2000.
Active oblique extension in the central Apennines (Italy): evidence from the Fucino region. Geophysical Journal InternationalGeophysical Journal International. 139:499-530.. 1999.
Mass accumulation rates in Asia during the Cenozoic. Geophysical Journal InternationalGeophysical Journal International. 137:280-318.. 1999.
Postglacial left slip rate and past occurrence of M≥8 earthquakes on the Western Haiyuan Fault, Gansu, China. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid EarthJournal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 104:17633-17651.. 1999.
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.
Holocene left-slip rate determined by cosmogenic surface dating on the Xidatan segment of the Kunlun fault (Qinghai, China). Geology. 26:695-698.. 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.
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.