Jianghai Yang
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Neogene extension and volcanism in the Kunlun Fault Zone, northern Tibet: New constraints on the age of the Kunlun Fault
M Jolivet, M Brunel, D Seward, Z Xu, J Yang, J Malavieille, F Roger, ...
Tectonics 22 (5), 2003
Large Igneous Province and magmatic arc sourced Permian–Triassic volcanogenic sediments in China
J Yang, PA Cawood, Y Du, H Huang, H Huang, P Tao
Sedimentary Geology 261, 120-131, 2012
Detrital record of Indosinian mountain building in SW China: Provenance of the Middle Triassic turbidites in the Youjiang Basin
J Yang, PA Cawood, Y Du, H Huang, L Hu
Tectonophysics 574, 105-117, 2012
The basin translation from Late Paleozoic to Triassic of the Youjiang Basin and its tectonic signification
YS Du, H Huang, JH Yang, HW Huang, P Tao, ZQ Huang, LS Hu, CX Xie
Geological Review 59 (1), 1-11, 2013
Global continental weathering trends across the Early Permian glacial to postglacial transition: Correlating high-and low-paleolatitude sedimentary records
J Yang, PA Cawood, Y Du, B Feng, J Yan
Geology 42 (10), 835-838, 2014
Provenance record of a foreland basin: detrital zircon U–Pb ages from Devonian strata in the North Qilian Orogenic Belt, China
Y Xu, Y Du, PA Cawood, J Yang
Tectonophysics 495 (3-4), 337-347, 2010
Late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic provenance record of paleo‐Pacific subduction beneath South China
L Hu, PA Cawood, Y Du, J Yang, L Jiao
Tectonics 34 (5), 986-1008, 2015
Silurian collisional suturing onto the southern margin of the North China craton: Detrital zircon geochronology constraints from the Qilian Orogen
JH Yang, YS Du, PA Cawood, YJ Xu
Sedimentary Geology 220 (1-2), 95-104, 2009
Early Wuchiapingian cooling linked to Emeishan basaltic weathering?
J Yang, PA Cawood, Y Du, DJ Condon, J Yan, J Liu, Y Huang, D Yuan
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 492, 102-111, 2018
Reconstructing Early Permian tropical climates from chemical weathering indices
J Yang, PA Cawood, Y Du, W Li, J Yan
Bulletin 128 (5-6), 739-751, 2016
Climatic and hydrologic controls on upper Paleozoic bauxite deposits in South China
W Yu, TJ Algeo, J Yan, J Yang, Y Du, X Huang, S Weng
Earth-Science Reviews 189, 159-176, 2019
Voluminous silicic eruptions during late Permian Emeishan igneous province and link to climate cooling
J Yang, PA Cawood, Y Du
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 432, 166-175, 2015
Basin translation from Late Palaeozoic to Triassic of Youjiang Basin and its tectonic significance
YS Du, HW Huang, ZQ Huang, YJ Xu, JH Yang, H Huang
Geological Science and Technology Information 28 (6), 10-15, 2009
Silicic ash beds bracket Emeishan Large Igneous province to< 1 my at~ 260 Ma
H Huang, PA Cawood, MC Hou, JH Yang, SJ Ni, YS Du, ZK Yan, J Wang
Lithos 264, 17-27, 2016
Provenance of Late Permian volcanic ash beds in South China: Implications for the age of Emeishan volcanism and its linkage to climate cooling
H Huang, PA Cawood, MC Hou, SJ Ni, JH Yang, YS Du, HG Wen
Lithos 314, 293-306, 2018
Origin of Permian basalts and clastic rocks in Napo, Southwest China: Implications for the erosion and eruption of the Emeishan large igneous province
H Huang, YS Du, JH Yang, L Zhou, LS Hu, HW Huang, ZQ Huang
Lithos 208, 324-338, 2014
Prospects of sediment provenance analysis
YJ Xu, YS Du, JH Yang
Geological Science and Technology Information 26 (3), 26-32, 2007
Depositional chemistry of chert during late Paleozoic from western Guangxi and its implication for the tectonic evolution of the Youjiang Basin
H Huang, YS Du, ZQ Huang, JH Yang, HW Huang, CX Xie, LS Hu
Science China Earth Sciences 56, 479-493, 2013
Drivers for late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic orogenesis in South China: Constraints from the sedimentary record
L Hu, Y Du, PA Cawood, Y Xu, W Yu, Y Zhu, J Yang
Tectonophysics 618, 107-120, 2014
Enhanced continental weathering and large igneous province induced climate warming at the Permo-Carboniferous transition
J Yang, PA Cawood, IP Montaņez, DJ Condon, Y Du, JX Yan, S Yan, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 534, 116074, 2020
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