Paul Tapponnier

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  • 2017-12 The 2015 Mw 6.0 Mt. Kinabalu earthquake: an infrequent fault rupture within the Crocker fault system of East Malaysia in GEOSCIENCE LETTERS
  • 2017-12 High-resolution mapping based on an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to capture paleoseismic offsets along the Altyn-Tagh fault, China in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2016-12 Slip deficit in central Nepal: omen for a repeat of the 1344 AD earthquake? in EARTH, PLANETS AND SPACE
  • 2013-02 Primary surface ruptures of the great Himalayan earthquakes in 1934 and 1255 in NATURE GEOSCIENCE
  • 2013-01 Primary surface ruptures of the great Himalayan earthquakes in 1934 and 1255 in NATURE GEOSCIENCE
  • 2011-06 Characteristic slip for five great earthquakes along the Fuyun fault in China in NATURE GEOSCIENCE
  • 2008-11 Seismic evidence for broken oceanic crust in the 2004 Sumatra earthquake epicentral region in NATURE GEOSCIENCE
  • 2008-10 Rupture behavior and deformation localization of the Kunlunshan earthquake (Mw7.8) and their tectonic implications in SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES D EARTH SCIENCES
  • 2007-04 Initial movement of the Karakorum Fault in western Tibet: constraints from SHRIMP U-Pb dating of zircons in SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2005-03 Late Quaternary sinistral slip rate along the Altyn Tagh fault and its structural transformation model in SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES D EARTH SCIENCES
  • 2002-12 Geological and chronological evidence of Indo-Chinese strike-slip movement in the Altyn Tagh fault zone in SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2002-04 Determination of the Altyn Tagh strike-slip fault basin and its relationship with mountains in SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2000-03 Seismic hazard in the Marmara Sea region following the 17 August 1999 Izmit earthquake in NATURE
  • 1998-08 Age of magmatism and tectonics of northeastern Kunlun, China in SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 1990-02 The Ailao Shan/Red River metamorphic belt: Tertiary left-lateral shear between Indochina and South China in NATURE
  • 1986-05 Spreading direction in the central South China Sea in NATURE
  • 1985-10 Tectonics of the Qinling Belt: build-up and evolution of eastern Asia in NATURE
  • 1985-10 Neogene and Quaternary faulting in and along the Qinling Shan in NATURE
  • 1981-12 Field evidence for active normal faulting in Tibet in NATURE
  • 1979-11 Relevance of Afar seismicity and volcanism to the mechanics of accreting plate boundaries in NATURE
  • 1972-05 Major Strike-slip Fault of Late Hercynian Age in Morocco in NATURE
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