Publications using UCLA SIMS Data

266 S.M. Briggs, A. Yin, C.E. Manning, Z.L. Chen, and X.F. Wang (2009) Tectonic development of the southern Chinese Altai Range as determined by structural geology, thermobarometry, 40Ar/39Ar thermochronology, and Th/Pb ion‐microprobe monazite geochronology. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. 121, 1381‐1393 doi:10.1130/B26385.1.    [pdf] summary

222 S.M. Briggs, A. Yin, C.E. Manning, Z. Chen, X. Wang, and M. Grove (2007) Late Paleozoic tectonic history of the Ertix Fault in the Chinese Altai and its implications for the development of the Central Asian Orogenic System. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. 119, doi:10.1130/B26044.1.    [pdf] summary

215 A.C. Robinson, A. Yin, C.E. Manning, T.M. Harrison, S.H. Zhang, and X.F. Wang (2007) Cenozoic evolution of the eastern Pamir: Implications for strain‐accommodation mechanisms at the western end of the Himalayan‐Tibetan orogen. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. 119, 882‐896 doi:10.1130/B25981.1.    [pdf] summary

133 S. Gao, R.L. Rudnick, H. Yuan, X. Liu, Y. Liu, W. Xu, W. Ling, J. Ayers, X. Wang, and Q. Wang (2004) Recycling lower continental crust in the North China craton. Nature 432, 892‐897 doi:10.1038/nature03162.    [pdf] summary

116 X. Chen, A. Yin, G.E. Gehrels, E.S. Cowgill, M. Grove, T.M. Harrison, and X.F. Wang (2003) Two phases of Mesozoic north‐south extension in the eastern Altyn Tagh range, northern Tibetan Plateau. Tectonics 22, doi:10.1029/2001TC001336.    [pdf] summary

112 E.S. Cowgill, A. Yin, T.M. Harrison, and X.F.Wang (2003) Reconstruction of the Altyn Tagh fault based on U‐Pb geochronology: Role of back thrusts, mantle sutures, and heterogeneous crustal strength in forming the Tibetan Plateau. Jour. Geophys. Res. 108, doi:10.1029/2002JB002080.    [pdf] summary

7 M.A. Murphy, A. Yin, T.M. Harrison, S.B. Durr, Chen Z., F.J. Ryerson, W.S.F. Kidd, X. Wang, and X. Zhou (1997) Did the Indo–Asian collision alone create the Tibetan plateau?. Geology 25, 719‐722 doi:10.1130/0091-7613(1997)025<0719:DTIACA>2.3.CO;2.    [pdf] summary

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