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Xigaze forearc basin revisited (South Tibet): Provenance changes and origin of the Xigaze Ophiolite
W An, X Hu, E Garzanti, MK BouDagher-Fadel, J Wang, G Sun
Bulletin 126 (11-12), 1595-1613, 2014
Exploring a lost ocean in the Tibetan Plateau: Birth, growth, and demise of the Bangong-Nujiang Ocean
X Hu, A Ma, W Xue, E Garzanti, Y Cao, SM Li, G Sun, W Lai
Earth-Science Reviews 229, 104031, 2022
Late Cretaceous evolution of the Coqen Basin (Lhasa terrane) and implications for early topographic growth on the Tibetan Plateau
G Sun, X Hu, HD Sinclair, MK BouDagher-Fadel, J Wang
Bulletin 127 (7-8), 1001-1020, 2015
Thickened juvenile lower crust-derived~ 90 Ma adakitic rocks in the central Lhasa terrane, Tibet
GY Sun, XM Hu, DC Zhu, WT Hong, JG Wang, Q Wang
Lithos 224, 225-239, 2015
Initial growth of the northern Lhasaplano, Tibetan Plateau in the early Late Cretaceous (ca. 92 Ma)
W Lai, X Hu, E Garzanti, G Sun, CN Garzione, MBD Fadel, A Ma
GSA Bulletin 131 (11-12), 1823-1836, 2019
Foraminiferal biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental analysis of the mid-Cretaceous limestones in the southern Tibetan plateau
MK BouDagher-Fadel, X Hu, GD Price, G Sun, JG Wang, W An
Journal of Foraminiferal Research 47 (2), 188-207, 2017
Discovery of Middle Jurassic trench deposits in the Bangong-Nujiang suture zone: Implications for the timing of Lhasa-Qiangtang initial collision
G Sun, X Hu, Y Xu, MK BouDagher-Fadel
Tectonophysics 750, 344-358, 2019
Early cretaceous palaeogeographic evolution of the Coqen basin in the Lhasa Terrane, southern Tibetan plateau
G Sun, X Hu, HD Sinclair
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 485, 101-118, 2017
Early Eocene sedimentary recycling in the Kailas area, southwestern Tibet: Implications for the initial India–Asia collision
JG Wang, XM Hu, M BouDagher-Fadel, FY Wu, GY Sun
Sedimentary Geology 315, 1-13, 2015
Tectonic affinity of Zhongba terrane: Evidences from the detrital zircon geochronology and Hf isotopes
S GaoYuan, H XiuMian
Acta Petrologica Sinica 28 (5), 1635-1646, 2012
Sandstone memory of a late Paleozoic continental arc in southeast China (Lower Yangtze region)
C Li, X Lü, XM Hu, JH Yu, GY Sun
Chinese Science Bulletin 62 (25), 2951-2966, 2017
仲巴地体的板块亲缘性: 来自碎屑锆石 U-Pb 年代学和 Hf 同位素的证据
孙高远, 胡修棉
岩石学报 28 (5), 1635-1646, 2012
Mid-Cretaceous thick carbonate accumulation in Northern Lhasa (Tibet): eustatic vs. tectonic control?
Y Xu, X Hu, E Garzanti, M BouDagher-Fadel, G Sun, W Lai, S Zhang
GSA Bulletin 134 (1-2), 389-404, 2022
The disappearance of the Late Cretaceous Bangong-Nujiang residual seaway constrained by youngest marine strata in Geji area, Lhasa Terrane
JP Ye, XM Hu, GY Sun, MK BouDagher-Fadel
Chinese Science Bulletin 64 (15), 1620-1636, 2019
The major Late Albian transgressive event recorded in the epeiric platform of the Langshan Formation in central Tibet
Y Xu, X Hu, MK BouDagher-Fadel, G Sun, W Lai, J Li, S Zhang
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 498 (1), 211-232, 2020
Pre-Eocene Arabia-Eurasia collision: New constraints from the Zagros Mountains (Amiran Basin, Iran)
G Sun, X Hu, E Garzanti, MK BouDagher-Fadel, Y Xu, J Jiang, ...
Geology 51 (10), 941-946, 2023
Sedimentary facies, provenance and geochronology of the Heshangzhen Group: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Eastern Jiangnan Orogen, South China
X Zhou, X Hu, R Jiang, T Gao, X Ma, G Xing, G Sun, X Shu, X Zhao
Acta Geologica Sinica‐English Edition 94 (4), 1138-1158, 2020
Upper Cretaceous-Lower Eocene Dajiweng Formation in the Zhada area, southern Tibet: implications for the Trans-Himalayan forearc baisn evolution
S GaoYuan, W JianGang, H XiuMian, MK Boudagher-Fadal
Acta Petrologica Sinica 34 (6), 1847-+, 2018
Enhanced storm-induced turbiditic events during early Paleogene hyperthermals (Arabian continental margin, SW Iran)
J Jiang, X Hu, E Garzanti, J Li, MK BouDagher-Fadel, G Sun, Y Xu
Global and Planetary Change 214, 103832, 2022
藏南江孜县白沙地区宗卓混杂岩: 岩石组成与物源区分析
孙高远, 胡修棉, 王建刚
地质学报 85 (8), 1343-1351, 2011
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