Anne Replumaz
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New constraints on the structure, thermochronology, and timing of the Ailao Shan‐Red River shear zone, SE Asia
PH Leloup, N Arnaud, R Lacassin, JR Kienast, TM Harrison, TTP Trong, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B4), 6683-6732, 2001
Reconstruction of the deformed collision zone between India and Asia by backward motion of lithospheric blocks
A Replumaz, P Tapponnier
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B6), 2003
4-D evolution of SE Asia’s mantle from geological reconstructions and seismic tomography
A Replumaz, H Karason, RD van der Hilst, J Besse, P Tapponnier
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 221 (1-4), 103-115, 2004
Large river offsets and Plio‐Quaternary dextral slip rate on the Red River fault (Yunnan, China)
A Replumaz, R Lacassin, P Tapponnier, PH Leloup
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B1), 819-836, 2001
Modeling the evolution of continental subduction processes in the Pamir–Hindu Kush region
AM Negredo, A Replumaz, A Villaseñor, S Guillot
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 259 (1-2), 212-225, 2007
Hairpin river loops and slip-sense inversion on southeast Asian strike-slip faults
R Lacassin, A Replumaz, P Hervé Leloup
Geology 26 (8), 703-706, 1998
Multiple episodes of continental subduction during India/Asia convergence: Insight from seismic tomography and tectonic reconstruction
A Replumaz, AM Negredo, S Guillot, A Villaseñor
Tectonophysics 483 (1-2), 125-134, 2010
Indian continental subduction and slab break‐off during Tertiary collision
A Replumaz, AM Negredo, A Villasenor, S Guillot
Terra Nova 22 (4), 290-296, 2010
The coupling of Indian subduction and Asian continental tectonics
A Replumaz, FA Capitanio, S Guillot, AM Negredo, A Villaseñor
Gondwana Research 26 (2), 608-626, 2014
Amount of Asian lithospheric mantle subducted during the India/Asia collision
A Replumaz, S Guillot, A Villaseñor, AM Negredo
Gondwana Research 24 (3-4), 936-945, 2013
Reappraisal of the Jianchuan Cenozoic basin stratigraphy and its implications on the SE Tibetan plateau evolution
L Gourbet, PH Leloup, JL Paquette, P Sorrel, G Mahéo, G Wang, ...
Tectonophysics 700, 162-179, 2017
Importance of continental subductions for the growth of the Tibetan plateau
S Guillot, A Replumaz
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France 184 (3), 199-223, 2013
Southeastward increase of the late Quaternary slip-rate of the Xianshuihe fault, eastern Tibet. Geodynamic and seismic hazard implications
M Bai, ML Chevalier, J Pan, A Replumaz, PH Leloup, M Métois, H Li
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 485, 19-31, 2018
Cooling history of the Gongga batholith: Implications for the Xianshuihe Fault and Miocene kinematics of SE Tibet
YZ Zhang, A Replumaz, PH Leloup, GC Wang, M Bernet, P van der Beek, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 465, 1-15, 2017
Subduction and slab breakoff controls on Asian indentation tectonics and Himalayan western syntaxis formation
FA Capitanio, A Replumaz
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 14 (9), 3515-3531, 2013
Timing and rate of exhumation along the Litang fault system, implication for fault reorganization in Southeast Tibet
Y Zhang, A Replumaz, GC Wang, PH Leloup, C Gautheron, M Bernet, ...
Tectonics 34 (6), 1219-1243, 2015
Initial geometry of western Himalaya and ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic evolution
S Guillot, A Replumaz, KH Hattori, P Strzerzynski
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 30 (3-4), 557-564, 2007
Oligocene‐Early Miocene topographic relief generation of southeastern Tibet triggered by thrusting
K Cao, G Wang, PH Leloup, G Mahéo, Y Xu, PA van der Beek, ...
Tectonics 38 (1), 374-391, 2019
Dynamic ups and downs of the Himalaya
L Husson, M Bernet, S Guillot, P Huyghe, JL Mugnier, A Replumaz, ...
Geology 42 (10), 839-842, 2014
Tectonic-geomorphology of the Litang fault system, SE Tibetan Plateau, and implication for regional seismic hazard
ML Chevalier, PH Leloup, A Replumaz, J Pan, D Liu, H Li, L Gourbet, ...
Tectonophysics 682, 278-292, 2016
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