Paleogeographic map of paleoclimate, lithofacies and Cretaceous of Pan tertiary (130mA, 90mA)
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1.Burtman, V.S. (2000). Cenozoic crustal shortening between the Pamir and Tien Shan and a reconstruction of the Pamir-Tien Shan transition zone for the Cretaceous and Palaeogene. Tectonophysics 319, 69-92. (View Details )
2.Lai, W., Hu, X., Garzanti, E., Xu, Y., Ma, A., Li, W. (2019). Early Cretaceous sedimentary evolution of the northern Lhasa terrane and the timing of initial Lhasa-Qiangtang collision. Gondwana Research 73, 136-152. (View Details )
3.Lai, W., Hu, X., Garzanti, E., Xu, Y., Ma, A., Li, W. (2019). Early Cretaceous sedimentary evolution of the northern Lhasa terrane and the timing of initial Lhasa-Qiangtang collision. Gondwana Research 73, 136-152. (View Details )
4.Lai, W., Hu, X., Garzanti, E., Sun, G., Garzione, C.N., BouDagher-Fadel, M., Ma, A. (2019). Initial growth of the Northern Lhasaplano, Tibetan Plateau in the early Late Cretaceous (ca. 92 Ma). GSA Bulletin, in press. (View Details )
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