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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.
A comment on “Orogen-parallel, active left-slip faults in the eastern Himalaya: Implications for the growth mechanism of the Himalayan arc” by Li and Yin (Earth Planet Sci. Lett. 274 (2008) 258–267). Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 285:217-222.. 2009.
Quantifying landscape differences across the Tibetan plateau: Implications for topographic relief evolution. Journal of Geophysical Research. 113. 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.
Serial ruptures of the San Andreas fault, Carrizo Plain, California, revealed by three-dimensional excavations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 111. 2006.