Devon A. Orme
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Sedimentology, provenance and geochronology of the Upper Cretaceous–Lower Eocene western Xigaze forearc basin, southern Tibet
DA Orme, B Carrapa, P Kapp
Basin Research 27 (4), 387-411, 2015
Effects of U–Th-rich grain boundary phases on apatite helium ages
KE Murray, DA Orme, PW Reiners
Chemical Geology 390, 135-151, 2014
Lower Cretaceous Xigaze ophiolites formed in the Gangdese forearc: Evidence from paleomagnetism, sediment provenance, and stratigraphy
W Huang, DJJ van Hinsbergen, M Maffione, DA Orme, G Dupont-Nivet, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 415, 142-153, 2015
Miocene burial and exhumation of the India-Asia collision zone in southern Tibet: Response to slab dynamics and erosion
B Carrapa, DA Orme, PG DeCelles, P Kapp, MA Cosca, R Waldrip
Geology 42 (5), 443-446, 2014
Long-term tectonothermal history of Laramide basement from zircon–He age-eU correlations
DA Orme, WR Guenthner, AK Laskowski, PW Reiners
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 453, 119-130, 2016
Basin analysis of the Albian–Santonian Xigaze forearc, Lazi region, south-central Tibet
DA Orme, AK Laskowski
Journal of Sedimentary Research 86 (8), 894-913, 2016
Along-strike diachroneity in deposition of the Kailas Formation in central southern Tibet: Implications for Indian slab dynamics
R Leary, DA Orme, AK Laskowski, PG DeCelles, P Kapp, B Carrapa, ...
Geosphere 12 (4), 1198-1223, 2016
Resetting Southern Tibet: The serious challenge of obtaining primary records of Paleoaltimetry
J Quade, R Leary, MP Dettinger, D Orme, A Krupa, PG DeCelles, A Kano, ...
Global and Planetary Change 191, 103194, 2020
Carbonate stable and clumped isotopic evidence for late Eocene moderate to high elevation of the east-central Tibetan Plateau and its geodynamic implications
L Li, M Fan, N Davila, G Jesmok, B Mitsunaga, A Tripati, D Orme
GSA Bulletin 131 (5-6), 831-844, 2019
The birth of a forearc: the basal Great Valley Group, California, USA
DA Orme, KD Surpless
Geology 47 (8), 757-761, 2019
The Ancestral Lhasa River: a Late Cretaceous trans-arc river that drained the proto–Tibetan Plateau
AK Laskowski, DA Orme, F Cai, L Ding
Geology 47 (11), 1029-1033, 2019
Effects of inherited cores and magmatic overgrowths on zircon (U‐T h)/H e ages and age‐e U trends from G reater H imalayan sequence rocks, M ount E verest region, T ibet
DA Orme, PW Reiners, JK Hourigan, B Carrapa
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16 (8), 2499-2507, 2015
Burial and exhumation history of the Xigaze forearc basin, Yarlung suture zone, Tibet
DA Orme
Geoscience Frontiers 10 (3), 895-908, 2019
Onset timing and slip history of the Teton fault, Wyoming: A multidisciplinary reevaluation
SJ Brown, JR Thigpen, JA Spotila, WC Krugh, LM Tranel, DA Orme
Tectonics 36 (11), 2669-2692, 2017
Asymmetric exhumation of the Mount Everest region: Implications for the tectono-topographic evolution of the Himalaya
B Carrapa, X Robert, PG DeCelles, DA Orme, SN Thomson, ...
Geology 44 (8), 611-614, 2016
Initiation and evolution of forearc basins in the Central Myanmar Depression
F Cai, L Ding, Q Zhang, DA Orme, H Wei, J Li, J Zhang, T Zaw, K Sein
GSA Bulletin 132 (5-6), 1066-1082, 2020
Regional exhumation and tectonic history of the Shanxi Rift and Taihangshan, North China
C Clinkscales, P Kapp, S Thomson, H Wang, A Laskowski, DA Orme, ...
Tectonics 40 (3), e2020TC006416, 2021
Mesoproterozoic–Early Cretaceous provenance and paleogeographic evolution of the Northern Rocky Mountains: Insights from the detrital zircon record of the Bridger Range …
CB Ronemus, DA Orme, S Campbell, SR Black, J Cook
Bulletin 133 (3-4), 777-801, 2021
New timing constraints for the onset of Laramide deformation in southwest Montana challenge our understanding of the development of a thick‐skinned structural style during flat …
DA Orme
Tectonics 39 (12), e2020TC006193, 2020
Record of crustal thickening and synconvergent extension from the Dajiamang Tso Rift, Southern Tibet
WB Burke, AK Laskowski, DA Orme, KE Sundell, MH Taylor, X Guo, ...
Geosciences 11 (5), 209, 2021
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