Andrew Carter
Andrew Carter
Professor of Earth Sciences, Birkbeck, University of London
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Improved modeling of fission-track annealing in apatite
RA Ketcham, A Carter, RA Donelick, J Barbarand, AJ Hurford
American Mineralogist 92 (5-6), 799-810, 2007
Timing of India-Asia collision: Geological, biostratigraphic, and palaeomagnetic constraints
Y Najman, E Appel, M Boudagher-Fadel, P Bown, A Carter, E Garzanti, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research 115 (B12), B12416, 2010
Understanding Mesozoic accretion in Southeast Asia: significance of Triassic thermotectonism (Indosinian orogeny) in Vietnam
A Carter, D Roques, C Bristow, P Kinny
Geology 29 (3), 211, 2001
Worldwide acceleration of mountain erosion under a cooling climate
F Herman, D Seward, PG Valla, A Carter, B Kohn, SD Willett, TA Ehlers
Nature 504 (7480), 423-426, 2013
Compositional and structural control of fission-track annealing in apatite
J Barbarand, A Carter, I Wood, T Hurford
Chemical Geology 198 (1-2), 107-137, 2003
Detrital geochronology and geochemistry of Cretaceous–Early Miocene strata of Nepal: implications for timing and diachroneity of initial Himalayan orogenesis
PG DeCelles, GE Gehrels, Y Najman, AJ Martin, A Carter, E Garzanti
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 227 (3-4), 313-330, 2004
Loess Plateau storage of Northeastern Tibetan Plateau-derived Yellow River sediment
Nie, J., Stevens, T., Rittner, M., Stockli, D. Garzanti, E., Limonta, M ...
Nature Communications 6, 2015
Miocene to Holocene exhumation of metamorphic crustal wedges in the NW Himalaya: Evidence for tectonic extrusion coupled to fluvial erosion
JC Vannay, B Grasemann, M Rahn, W Frank, A Carter, V Baudraz, ...
Tectonics 23 (1), TC1014, 2004
Apatite fission-track chronometry using laser ablation ICP-MS
N Hasebe, J Barbarand, K Jarvis, A Carter, AJ Hurford
Chemical Geology 207 (3-4), 135-145, 2004
Improved measurement of fission-track annealing in apatite using c-axis projection
RA Ketcham, A Carter, RA Donelick, J Barbarand, AJ Hurford
American Mineralogist 92 (5-6), 789-798, 2007
Genetic linkage between the Yellow River, the Mu Us desert and the Chinese loess plateau
T Stevens, A Carter, TP Watson, P Vermeesch, S And˛, AF Bird, H Lu, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 78, 355-368, 2013
Combined detrital-zircon fission-track and U-Pb dating: A new approach to understanding hinterland evolution
A Carter, SJ Moss
Geology 27 (3), 235-238, 1999
Holocene erosion of the Lesser Himalaya triggered by intensified summer monsoon
PD Clift, L Giosan, J Blusztajn, IH Campbell, C Allen, M Pringle, ...
Geology 36 (1), 79-82, 2008
Was the Indosinian orogeny a Triassic mountain building or a thermotectonic reactivation event?
A Carter, PD Clift
Comptes Rendus Geoscience 340 (2-3), 83-93, 2008
Simultaneous extensional exhumation across the Alboran Basin: implications for the causes of late orogenic extension
JP Platt, MJ Whitehouse, SP Kelley, A Carter, L Hollick
Geology 31 (3), 251-254, 2003
Oligocene uplift of the Western Greater Caucasus: an effect of initial Arabia–Eurasia collision
SJ Vincent, AC Morton, A Carter, S Gibbs, TG Barabadze
Terra Nova 19 (2), 160-166, 2007
The Paleogene record of Himalayan erosion: Bengal Basin, Bangladesh
Y Najman, M Bickle, M BouDagher-Fadel, A Carter, E Garzanti, M Paul, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 273 (1-2), 1-14, 2008
Ar-Ar and fission-track ages in the Song Chay Massif: Early Triassic and Cenozoic tectonics in northern Vietnam
H Maluski, C Lepvrier, L Jolivet, A Carter, D Roques, O Beyssac, TT Tang, ...
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 19 (1-2), 233-248, 2001
Assessing the provenance of loess and desert sediments in northern China using U-Pb dating and morphology of detrital zircons
T Stevens, C Palk, A Carter, H Lu, PD Clift
Bulletin 122 (7-8), 1331-1344, 2010
Apatite fission track evidence for Neogene uplift in the eastern Kunlun Mountains, northern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China
W Yuan, J Dong, W Shicheng, A Carter
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 27 (6), 847-856, 2006
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