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Tectonic history of the Altyn Tagh fault system in northern Tibet inferred from Cenozoic sedimentation
The active left-slip Altyn Tagh fault defines the northern edge of the Tibetan plateau. To determine its deformation history we conducted integrated research on Cenozoic stratigraphic sections in theExpand
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Fission-track ages of stone tools and fossils on the east Indonesian island of Flores
The islands of Wallacea, located between the Southeast Asian (Sunda) and Australian (Sahul) continental areas, offer unique potential for the study of evolution and cultural change. Located east ofExpand
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Thermal history and tectonic subsidence of the Bohai Basin, northern China: a Cenozoic rifted and local pull-apart basin
The Bohai Basin is a part of the larger Bohai Bay Basin, a Cenozoic rifted intraplate basin. Heat flow measurements show that the Bohai Basin is characterized by present-day heat flow varying betweenExpand
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Archaeological and palaeontological research in central Flores, east Indonesia: results of fieldwork 1997–98
The tuffaceous sandstones and siltstones of the Ola Bula Formation in central Flores. east Indonesia, contain many fossil sites. Here, excavations at Boa Lesa and Dozu Dhalu and the results ofExpand
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Arc‐continent collision in Papua Guinea: Constraints from fission track thermochronology
The Papua New Guinea (PNG) Mobile Belt adjacent to the Finisterre Arc was formerly the leading NE corner of the Australian plate that converged obliquely with the Pacific plate. Forty new apatite andExpand
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Fission track thermotectonic imaging of the Australian continent
Abstract Fission track analyses of apatites from a very large data set across Australia provide a first look at the patterns of low-temperature thermochronology over an entire continent. The rockExpand
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Accelerated denudation and tectonic/geomorphic reactivation of the cratons of northeastern Brazil during the Late Cretaceous
Apatite fission track (AFT) data for a suite of 40 outcrop samples from the Sao Francisco and eastern Guapore cratons in northeastern Brazil record between 60° and 100°C of cooling since theExpand
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Late Mesozoic and Cenozoic thermotectonic evolution along a transect from the north China craton through the Qinling orogen into the Yangtze craton, central China
[1] Cretaceous and Cenozoic reactivation of the Triassic Qinling-Dabie orogen between the north China and Yangtze cratons resulted from the combined effects of Pacific subduction–back-arc extensionExpand
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Cretaceous and Cenozoic cooling history across the ultrahigh pressure Tongbai–Dabie belt, central China, from apatite fission-track thermochronology
Abstract The crystalline terrane of the Tongbai–Dabie region, central China, comprising the Earth's largest ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) exposure was formed during Triassic collision between theExpand
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Low‐temperature thermochronology of northern Baja California, Mexico: Decoupled slip‐exhumation gradients and delayed onset of oblique rifting across the Gulf of California
[1] The northern Gulf Extensional Province displays key structural relationships that characterize the magnitude, direction, and timing of Neogene rift-related transtension during the opening of theExpand
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