Marin Clark
Marin Clark
Professor of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan
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Topographic ooze: Building the eastern margin of Tibet by lower crustal flow
MK Clark, LH Royden
Geology 28 (8), 703-706, 2000
Surface uplift, tectonics, and erosion of eastern Tibet from large‐scale drainage patterns
MK Clark, LM Schoenbohm, LH Royden, KX Whipple, BC Burchfiel, ...
Tectonics 23 (1), 2004
Late Cenozoic uplift of southeastern Tibet
MK Clark, MA House, LH Royden, KX Whipple, BC Burchfiel, X Zhang, ...
Geology 33 (6), 525-528, 2005
Early Cenozoic faulting of the northern Tibetan Plateau margin from apatite (U–Th)/He ages
MK Clark, KA Farley, D Zheng, Z Wang, AR Duvall
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 296 (1-2), 78-88, 2010
The growth of northeastern Tibet and its relevance to large‐scale continental geodynamics: A review of recent studies
DY Yuan, WP Ge, ZW Chen, CY Li, ZC Wang, HP Zhang, PZ Zhang, ...
Tectonics 32 (5), 1358-1370, 2013
Bright spots, structure, and magmatism in southern Tibet from INDEPTH seismic reflection profiling
LD Brown, W Zhao, KD Nelson, M Hauck, D Alsdorf, A Ross, M Cogan, ...
Science 274 (5293), 1688-1690, 1996
Dynamic topography produced by lower crustal flow against rheological strength heterogeneities bordering the Tibetan Plateau
MK Clark, JWM Bush, LH Royden
Geophysical Journal International 162 (2), 575-590, 2005
The size, distribution, and mobility of landslides caused by the 2015 Mw7. 8 Gorkha earthquake, Nepal
K Roback, MK Clark, AJ West, D Zekkos, G Li, SF Gallen, D Chamlagain, ...
Geomorphology 301, 121-138, 2018
Erosion, fault initiation and topographic growth of the North Qilian Shan (northern Tibetan Plateau)
D Zheng, MK Clark, P Zhang, W Zheng, KA Farley
Geosphere 6 (6), 937-941, 2010
Low‐temperature thermochronometry along the Kunlun and Haiyuan Faults, NE Tibetan Plateau: Evidence for kinematic change during late‐stage orogenesis
AR Duvall, MK Clark, E Kirby, KA Farley, WH Craddock, C Li, DY Yuan
Tectonics 32 (5), 1190-1211, 2013
Direct dating of Eocene reverse faulting in northeastern Tibet using Ar-dating of fault clays and low-temperature thermochronometry
AR Duvall, MK Clark, BA van der Pluijm, C Li
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 304 (3-4), 520-526, 2011
Middle Miocene reorganization of deformation along the northeastern Tibetan Plateau
RO Lease, DW Burbank, MK Clark, KA Farley, D Zheng, H Zhang
Geology 39 (4), 359-362, 2011
Use of a regional, relict landscape to measure vertical deformation of the eastern Tibetan Plateau
MK Clark, LH Royden, KX Whipple, BC Burchfiel, X Zhang, W Tang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 111 (F3), 2006
Erosional response of South China to arc rifting and monsoonal strengthening; a record from the South China Sea
P Clift, JI Lee, MK Clark, J Blusztajn
Marine Geology 184 (3-4), 207-226, 2002
Development of the Indus Fan and its significance for the erosional history of the Western Himalaya and Karakoram
PD Clift, N Shimizu, GD Layne, JS Blusztajn, C Gaedicke, HU Schluter, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 113 (8), 1039-1051, 2001
The non-equilibrium landscape of the southern Sierra Nevada, California
MK Clark, G Maheo, J Saleeby, KA Farley
GsA Today 15 (9), 4, 2005
Miocene rise of the Shillong Plateau and the beginning of the end for the Eastern Himalaya
MK Clark, R Bilham
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 269 (3-4), 337-351, 2008
Dissipation of fast strike-slip faulting within and beyond northeastern Tibet
AR Duvall, MK Clark
Geology 38 (3), 223-226, 2010
Continental collision slowing due to viscous mantle lithosphere rather than topography
MK Clark
Nature 483 (7387), 74-77, 2012
Far‐field lithospheric deformation in Tibet during continental collision
KE Dayem, P Molnar, MK Clark, GA Houseman
Tectonics 28 (6), 2009
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