Ding Lin
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Geological records of the Lhasa-Qiangtang and Indo-Asian collisions in the Nima area of central Tibet
P Kapp, PG DeCelles, GE Gehrels, M Heizler, L Ding
Geological Society of America Bulletin 119 (7-8), 917-933, 2007
Cretaceous-Tertiary shortening, basin development, and volcanism in central Tibet
P Kapp, A Yin, TM Harrison, L Ding
Geological Society of America Bulletin 117 (7-8), 865-878, 2005
Paleocene–Eocene record of ophiolite obduction and initial India‐Asia collision, south central Tibet
L Ding, P Kapp, X Wan
Tectonics 24 (3), 2005
Detrital zircon geochronology of pre‐Tertiary strata in the Tibetan‐Himalayan orogen
G Gehrels, P Kapp, P DeCelles, A Pullen, R Blakey, A Weislogel, L Ding, ...
Tectonics 30 (5), 2011
Cenozoic volcanism in Tibet: evidence for a transition from oceanic to continental subduction
LIN Ding, P Kapp, D Zhong, W DENG
Journal of Petrology 44 (10), 1833-1865, 2003
Convergence rate across the Nepal Himalaya and interseismic coupling on the Main Himalayan Thrust: Implications for seismic hazard
T Ader, JP Avouac, J Liu‐Zeng, H Lyon‐Caen, L Bollinger, J Galetzka, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 117 (B4), 2012
Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Shiquanhe area of western Tibet
P Kapp, MA Murphy, A Yin, TM Harrison, L Ding, J Guo
Tectonics 22 (4), 2003
Triassic continental subduction in central Tibet and Mediterranean-style closure of the Paleo-Tethys Ocean
A Pullen, P Kapp, GE Gehrels, JD Vervoort, L Ding
Geology 36 (5), 351-354, 2008
Tectonic evolution of the early Mesozoic blueschist‐bearing Qiangtang metamorphic belt, central Tibet
P Kapp, A Yin, CE Manning, TM Harrison, MH Taylor, L Ding
Tectonics 22 (4), 2003
Tibetan basement rocks near Amdo reveal “missing” Mesozoic tectonism along the Bangong suture, central Tibet
JH Guynn, P Kapp, A Pullen, M Heizler, G Gehrels, L Ding
Geology 34 (6), 505-508, 2006
The boundary between the Indian and Asian tectonic plates below Tibet
J Zhao, X Yuan, H Liu, P Kumar, S Pei, R Kind, Z Zhang, J Teng, L Ding, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (25), 11229-11233, 2010
Paleocene‐Eocene foreland basin evolution in the Himalaya of southern Tibet and Nepal: Implications for the age of initial India‐Asia collision
PG DeCelles, P Kapp, GE Gehrels, L Ding
Tectonics 33 (5), 824-849, 2014
Cenozoic structural and metamorphic evolution of the eastern Himalayan syntaxis (Namche Barwa)
L Ding, D Zhong, A Yin, P Kapp, TM Harrison
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 192 (3), 423-438, 2001
Blueschist-bearing metamorphic core complexes in the Qiangtang block reveal deep crustal structure of northern Tibet
P Kapp, A Yin, CE Manning, M Murphy, TM Harrison, M Spurlin, D Lin, ...
Geology 28 (1), 19-22, 2000
The andean-type gangdese mountains: paleoelevation record from the paleocene–eocene linzhou basin
L Ding, Q Xu, Y Yue, H Wang, F Cai, S Li
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 392, 250-264, 2014
Evidence for early (> 44 Ma) Himalayan crustal thickening, Tethyan Himalaya, southeastern Tibet
AB Aikman, TM Harrison, D Lin
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 274 (1-2), 14-23, 2008
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
J Liu-Zeng, Z Zhang, L Wen, P Tapponnier, J Sun, X Xing, G Hu, Q Xu, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 286 (3-4), 355-370, 2009
High and dry in central Tibet during the Late Oligocene
PG DeCelles, J Quade, P Kapp, M Fan, DL Dettman, L Ding
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253 (3-4), 389-401, 2007
Quantifying the rise of the Himalaya orogen and implications for the South Asian monsoon
L Ding, RA Spicer, J Yang, Q Xu, F Cai, S Li, Q Lai, H Wang, TEV Spicer, ...
Geology 45 (3), 215-218, 2017
Conjugate strike‐slip faulting along the Bangong‐Nujiang suture zone accommodates coeval east‐west extension and north‐south shortening in the interior of the Tibetan Plateau
M Taylor, A Yin, FJ Ryerson, P Kapp, L Ding
Tectonics 22 (4), 2003
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