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Lin LI (李林)
Lin LI (李林)
Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona
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Spatial distribution and controlling factors of stable isotopes in meteoric waters on the Tibetan Plateau: Implications for paleoelevation reconstruction
L Li, CN Garzione
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 460, 302-314, 2017
1172017
Geological characteristics and tectonic significance of unconformities in Mesoproterozoic successions in the northern margin of the North China Block
YQ Qu, QR Meng, SX Ma, L Li, GL Wu
Earth Science Frontiers 17 (4), 112-127, 2010
68*2010
Late Permian–early Middle Triassic back-arc basin development in West Qinling, China
L Li, QR Meng, A Pullen, CN Garzione, GL Wu, YL Wang, SX Ma, L Duan
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 87, 116-129, 2014
592014
Early–middle Miocene topographic growth of the northern Tibetan Plateau: stable isotope and sedimentation evidence from the southwestern Qaidam basin
L Li, CN Garzione, A Pullen, H Chang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 461, 201-213, 2016
492016
Multiple controls on rift basin sedimentation in volcanic settings: Insights from the anatomy of a small Early Cretaceous basin in the Yanshan belt, northern North China
HH Wei, QR Meng, GL Wu, L Li
GSA Bulletin 124 (3-4), 380-399, 2012
492012
Gravity flow sedimentation: theoretical studies and field identification
L Li, YQ Qu, QR Meng, GL Wu
Acta Sedimentologica Sinica 29 (4), 2011
45*2011
Late Cretaceous−Cenozoic basin evolution and topographic growth of the Hoh Xil Basin, central Tibetan Plateau
L Li, CN Garzione, A Pullen, P Zhang, Y Li
GSA Bulletin 130, 499-521, 2018
442018
Carbonate stable and clumped isotopic evidence for late Eocene moderate to high elevation of the east-central Tibetan Plateau and its geodynamic implications
L Li, M Fan, N Davila, G Jesmok, B Mitsunaga, A Tripati, D Orme
GSA Bulletin 131 (5-6), 831-844, 2019
402019
Detrital zircon evidence for the linkage of the South China block with Gondwanaland in early Palaeozoic time
L Duan, QR Meng, GL Wu, SX Ma, L Li
Geological Magazine 149 (06), 1124-1131, 2012
402012
Middle-late Miocene rapid exhumation of the southern Qilian Shan and implications for propagation of the Tibetan Plateau
Q Meng, C Song, J Nie, C Liu, P He, F Liu, L Li
Tectonophysics 774, 228279, 2020
392020
Early Mesozoic structural evolution of the eastern West Qinling, northwest China
GL Wu, QR Meng, L Duan, L Li
Tectonophysics 630, 9-20, 2014
322014
Jurassic sedimentation in the south-central Qiangtang terrane reveals successive terrane collisions in central Tibet
L Li, CN Garzione, M Fan, X Li, X Li
Geosphere, 2019
242019
Alpine permafrost could account for a quarter of thawed carbon based on Plio-Pleistocene paleoclimate analogue
F Cheng, C Garzione, X Li, U Salzmann, F Schwarz, AM Haywood, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 1329, 2022
232022
Spatiotemporal distribution of river water stable isotope compositions and variability of lapse rate in the central Rocky Mountains: Controlling factors and implications for …
L Zhu, M Fan, B Hough, L Li
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 496, 215-226, 2018
232018
Sedimentary significance of the autochthonous glauconite in stromatolitic limestones of the Mesoproterozoic Tieling Formation in Jixian, Tianjin, North China
XQ Zhou, N Li, GS Liang, L Li, DJ Tang, XM Fu
Geological Bulletin of China 28 (7), 985-990, 2009
18*2009
Cenozoic paleoelevation history of the Lunpola Basin in Central Tibet: New evidence from volcanic glass hydrogen isotopes and a critical review
L Li, H Lu, C Garzione, M Fan
Earth-Science Reviews 231, 104068, 2022
142022
Cenozoic drainage evolution of the Rio Grande paleoriver recorded in detrital zircons in south Texas
MJ Fan, E Brown, L Li
International Geology Review, 2018
142018
Middle to late Miocene growth of the North Pamir
L Li, G Dupont‐Nivet, Y Najman, M Kaya, N Meijer, M Poujol, J Aminov
Basin Research 34 (2), 533-554, 2022
112022
Cenozoic sediment provenance in the northern Great Plains corresponds to four episodes of tectonic and magmatic events in the central North American Cordillera
L Li, M Fan
Tectonics 37 (10), 4018-4036, 2018
62018
Upward and outward growth of north-central Tibet: Mechanisms that build high-elevation, low-relief plateaus
L Li, CN Garzione
Science Advances 9 (27), eadh3058, 2023
42023
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