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Late Quaternary slip-rate along the central Bangong-Chaxikang segment of the Karakorum fault, western Tibet. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 128(1-2):284-314.. 2016.
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.
Uncertainties in slip rate estimates for the Mission Creek strand of the southern San Andreas fault at Biskra Palms Oasis, southern California. Geological Society of America, Bulletin. 122(9/10):1360–1377.. 2010.
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.
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.
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.
Constraints on the post-25-ka slip rate of the Yammouneh fault (Lebanon) using in situ cosmogenic 36Cl dating of offset limestone-clast fans. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 227:105-119.. 2004.
Giant, similar to M8 earthquake-triggered ice avalanches in the eastern Kunlun Shan, northern Tibet: Characteristics, nature and dynamics. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 116:394-406.. 2004.
Rapid slip along the central Altyn Tagh Fault: Morphochronologic evidence from Cherchen He and Sulamu Tagh. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 109. 2004.
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.
Uniform slip-rate along the Kunlun Fault: Implications for seismic behaviour and large-scale tectonics. Geophysical Research LettersGeophysical Research Letters. 27:2353-2356.. 2000.