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What caused the mysterious eighteenth century tsunami that struck the southwest Taiwan coast? Geophysical Research Letters. 42(20):8498-8506.. 2015.
The Al Hoceima Mw 6.4 earthquake of 24 February 2004 and its aftershocks sequence. Journal of Geodynamics. 77:89-109.. 2014.
Estimating the return times of great Himalayan earthquakes in eastern Nepal: Evidence from the Patu and Bardibas strands of the Main Frontal Thrust. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 119(9):7123–7163.. 2014.
Comment on "Displacement along the Karakoram fault, NW Himalaya, estimated from LA-ICP-MS U-Pb dating of offset geologic markers" published by Shifeng Wang et al. in EPSL, 2012. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 363:242-245.. 2013.
Primary surface ruptures of the great Himalayan earthquakes in 1934 and 1255. Nature Geoscience. 6:71-76.. 2013.
Co-seismic and cumulative offsets of the recent earthquakes along the Karakax left-lateral strike-slip fault in western Tibet. Gondwana Research. 21:64-87.. 2012.
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.
Successive deformation episodes along the Lungmu Co zone, west-central Tibet. Gondwana Research. 21:37-52.. 2012.
Basin to basin: Plate tectonics in exploration. Oilfield Review. 24:38-57.. 2011.
Frontier Hydrocarbon Exploration: The Importance of Tectonic Models. Oilfield Review. 24:1.. 2011.
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.
The Mw = 6.3, November 21, 2004, Les Saintes earthquake (Guadeloupe): Tectonic setting, slip model and static stress changes. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116. 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.
Tectonic context of moderate to large historical earthquakes in the Lesser Antilles and mechanical coupling with volcanoes. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116. 2011.
Active faulting induced by slip partitioning in Montserrat and link with volcanic activity: New insights from the 2009 GWADASEIS marine cruise data. Geophysical Research Letters. 37. 2010.
Measuring radon flux across active faults: Relevance of excavating and possibility of satellite discharges. Radiation Measurements. 45:211-218.. 2010.
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.
Co-seismic ruptures of the 12 May 2008, Ms 8.0 Wenchuan earthquake, Sichuan: East–west crustal shortening on oblique, parallel thrusts along the eastern edge of Tibet. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 286:355-370.. 2009.
Seismic evidence for Neogene and active shortening offshore of Lebanon (Shalimar cruise). Journal of Geophysical Research. 114. 2009.
September 2005 Manda Hararo-Dabbahu rifting event, Afar (Ethiopia): Constraints provided by geodetic data. Journal of Geophysical Research. 114. 2009.
New U-Th/Pb constraints on timing of shearing and long-term slip-rate on the Karakorum fault. Tectonics. 27(5). 2008.
Quantifying landscape differences across the Tibetan plateau: Implications for topographic relief evolution. Journal of Geophysical Research. 113. 2008.
Rupture behavior and deformation localization of the Kunlunshan earthquake (M w 7.8) and their tectonic implications. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences. 51:1361-1374.. 2008.
Seismic evidence for broken oceanic crust in the 2004 Sumatra earthquake epicentral region. Nature Geoscience. 1:777-781.. 2008.
12,000-year-long record of 10 to 13 paleoearthquakes on the Yammouneh fault, Levant fault system, Lebanon. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 97:749-771.. 2007.