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KR - Republic of Korea609
OTH - Others2120
SE Sundaland accretion: palaeomagnetic evidence of large Plio-Pleistocene thin-skin rotations in Buton.220
Cenozoic motion of the Philippine Sea Plate: palaeomagnetic evidence from eastern Indonesia218
'Greater India' controversy: Case closed?221
When and where did India and Asia collide?427
Paleomagnetic data from a Mesozoic Philippine Sea Plate ophiolite on Obi Island, eastern Indonesia121
Wallace's line, Wallacea, and associated divides and areas: history of a tortuous tangle of ideas and labels11
Late Cretaceous bioconnections between Indo-Madagascar and Antarctica: refutation of the Gunnerus Ridge causeway hypothesis133
The "Oldhaven magnetozone' in East Anglia: a revised interpretation206
The Sun, the Compass and the Calendar: Deciphering the Orientations of Medieval Churches122
Orientation of Churches105
The orientation of churches: some new evidence231
Mesozoic radiolarian faunas from the northwest Ilocos Region, Luzon, Philippines and their tectonic significance50
Madagascar's climate at the K/P boundary and its impact on the island's biotic suite62
The Paleocene/Eocene boundary global stratotype section and point (GSSP): criteria for characterization and correlation107
Cenozoic Plate interaction of the Australia and Philippine Sea Plates: "Hit-and-run" tectonics135
Problematic palaeomagnetics and the palaeoposition of Cenozoic eastern Eurasia: the message is it's the media112
Link between SSZ ophiolite formation, emplacement and arc inception, Northland, New Zealand: U-Pb SHRIMP constraints; Cenozoic SW Pacific tectonic implications300
Radiolarian biostratigraphic data from the Casiguran Ophiolite, northern Sierra Madre, Luzon, Philippines: stratigraphic and tectonic implications191
New and revised set of Cretaceous paleomagnetic poles from Hong Kong: Implications for the development of southeast China271
Tibet field camp as a 'roof of the world' capstone experience for earth science majors124
Emeishan Basalts (SW China) and the 'end-Guadalupian' crisis: magnetobiostratigraphic constraints163
Monkeys on a free-floating island in a Colombian river: further support for over-water colonization10
Church Orientation: Easter Day alignments: some insights into the foundation process137
Magnetostratigraphic calibration of early Eocene depositional sequences in the southern North Sea Basin131
The Paleogene Period204
North Luzon and the Philippine Sea Plate motion model: Insights following paleomagnetic, structural, and age-dating investigations241
Miocene Shark and Batoid Fauna from Nosy Makamby (Mahajanga Basin, Northwestern Madagascar)72
New explanation for elements of Hainan Island's biological assemblage may stretch things a little too far64
Emei Basalt large igneous province: a southern China view of this LIP and its cause-effect link to the end-Guadalupian mass extinction82
Reconstructing the Mesozoic-early Cenozoic evolution of northern Philippines: Clues from palaeomagnetic studies on the ophiolitic basement of the Central Cordillera137
New ideas on the genesis and mode of obduction of the New Zealand Northland ophiolite122
Paleomagnetic results from basement rocks from Site 917 (East Greenland Margin)128
Dodgy data and questionable conclusions: core-split overprint magnetisations recorded in a high-latitude Southern Hemisphere ODP hole (690B)83
Islands as biological substrates: continental47
Islands as biological substrates: classification of the biological assemblage components and the physical island types56
Neotectonic faulting along the central Bangong-Nujiang suture zone, central Tibet. In: 20th Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop HKT 20, Aussois, France Special extended abstracts volume.81
HKU Department of Earth Sciences’ preparation for the next external RAE92
Comment on "Illawarra Reversal: the fingerprint of a superplume that triggered the Pangean break-up and the end-Guadalupian (Permian) mass extinction" by Yukio Isozaki345
Facies analysis and sea-level change at the Guadalupian Lopingian global stratotype (Laibin, South China), and its bearing on the end-Guadalupian mass extinction283
Chronostratigraphic framework for the Thanetian and lower Ypresian deposits of southern England244
The Global Standard Stratotype-section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the Eocene Series in the Dababiya section (Egypt)120
Emeishan Basalts, SW China: Reappraisal of the formation's type area stratigraphy and a discussion of its significance as a large igneous province185
Palaeomagnetic re-investigation of Early Permian rift basalts from the Baoshan Block, SW China: constraints on the site-of-origin of the Gondwana-derived eastern Cimmerian terranes44
Cretaceous post-collisional shoshonitic volcanism along the Bangong-Nujiang suture, Gaise, central Tibet103
A revised model for India - Asia collision based on new observations. International Symposium and Field Workshop on Gondwana Evolution and Dispersal, Kochi, Japan136
Tectonic processes associated with South Atlantic opening: insights from the SE Indian Ocean continents; hydrocarbon exploration implications105
Cretaceous volcanism along the Bangong-Nujiang suture: Kantong Volcanic Complex, Central Tibet, 21st Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet workshop, Cambridge, England, abstracts116
Palaeoenvironmental change during the end-Guadalupian (Permian) mass extinction in Sichuan, China250
A record of the Philippine Sea Plate's motion since the Eocene (ODP Site 1201).76
Problem of positioning Paleogene Eurasia: a review; efforts to resolve the issue; implications for the India-Asia collision210
Disentangling Darwin48
Problematic palaeomagnetics and the position of Palaeogene Eurasia: the message is its the medium105
Vicariance Biogeography63
Paleomagnetism of the Dazhuqu Terrane, Yarlung Zangbo Suture Zone, Southern Tibet (abstract)104
Magnetostratigraphic (re)calibration of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary interval in Holes 550 and 549, Goban Spur, eastern North Atlantic285
Detrital zircon U-Pb ages along the Yarlung-Tsangpo suture zone, Tibet: Implications for oblique convergence and collision between India and Asia220
Paleomagnetisc study of late Mesozoic rocks of Hong Kong115
Greater India: a review104
Biodiversity growth on the volcanic ocean islands and the roles of in situ cladogenesis and immigration: case with the reptiles25
Stratigraphic and sedimentological constraints on the age and tectonic evolution of the Neotethyan ophiolites along the Yarlung Tsangpo suture zone, Tibet238
Episodes in the tectonic history of the SW Pacific: insights following paleomagnetic studies of the oceanic Poya and Koh terranes of New Caledonia91
Mammals and long‐distance over‐water colonization: The case for rafting dispersal; the case against phantom causeways22
Eocene-Miocene magnetostratigraphy of the southeast Greenland Margin and western Irminger Basin113
The character and significance of basement rocks of the southern Molucca Sea region123
Greater India’s northern margin prior to its collision with Asia72
Trace element geochemistry of the Northland Ophiolite, northern New Zealand: new constraints on tectonic enviroment of formation135
SE Sundaland accretion: palaeomagnetic evidence of large Plio- Pleistocene thin-skin rotations in Buton212
Flood deposits penecontemporaneous with ∼0.8 Ma tektite fall in NE Thailand: impact-induced environmental effects?295
Formation and emplacement of the Northland ophiolite, northern New Zealand: SW Pacific tectonic implications202
Philippine Sea Plate motion history: Eocene-Recent record from ODP Site 1201, central West Philippine Basin177
Upper Paleocene radiolarians from DSDP Sites 549 and 550, Goban Spur, NE Atlantic112
Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: state of understanding 200576
Emeishan large igneous province, SW China291
Spatial and temporal arrival patterns of Madagascar's vertebrate fauna explained by distance, ocean currents, and ancestor type141
Mammalian biodiversity on Madagascar controlled by ocean currents273
Redrawing Wallace’s Line based on the fauna of Christmas Island, eastern Indian Ocean34
Origin of the Northland Ophiolite, northern New Zealand: Discussion of new data and reassessment of the model113
Biogeographical and geological evidence for a smaller, completely-enclosed Pacific basin in the Late Cretaceous: A comment [1]171
Magnetostratigraphic reinvestigation of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary in DSDP Holes 549 and 55087
Using geomagnetism, probably232
Magnetic inclination shallowing problem and the issue of Eurasia’s rigidity: insights following a palaeomagnetic study of Upper Cretaceous basalts and redbeds from SE China120
AF demagnetization characteristics of NRM, compared with anhysteretic and saturation isothermal remanence: An aid in the interpretation of NRM287
Evolution of the boundary between the Philippine Sea Plate and Australia: palaeomagnetic evidence from eastern Indonesia155
The Bangong-Nujiang suture between Gertse and Dong Tso (84°- 85°E), central Tibet. In: 20th Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibet Workshop HKT 20, Aussois, France, Special extended abstracts volume (edited by Mascle, G. & Lave, J.)122
Magnetostratigraphic reinvestigation of the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary interval in Hole 690B, Maud Rise, Antarctica165
Emei Basalts in the type area: stratigraphy and significance, age and link to the end Guadalupian biotic crisis110
Origins of Galápagos’ land-locked vertebrates: what, whence, when, how?5
India-Asia collision timing184
The Church East and West: Orienting the Queen Anne Churches, 1711-34238
Time of re-emergence of Christmas Island and its biogeographical significance47
Cenozoic deformation at the margins of Eurasia. Australia and the Philippines: 'hit and run' plate tectonics100
Greater India: the good, the bad and the downright ugly102
Quantitative author inputs to Earth science research publications: survey results, insights and potential applications5
Global hotspots in the present-day distribution of ancient animal and plant lineages48
Paleomagnetic-tectonic study of the New Caledonia Koh Ophiolite and the mid-Eocene obduction of the Poya Terrane156
Early Palaeogene stratigraphy of a cored borehole at Hales, Norfolk136
The Middle Permian (Capitanian) mass extinction on land and in the oceans253
Cretaceous-Paleocene deep-sea sediments of the northern Tethyan Himalaya, southern Tibet: Precise radiolarian age constraints on the tectonic evolution of Tibet105
Revised India-Asia collision model based on new paleomagnetic data98
Halley et les eglises de la reine Anne114
Geological data indicate that the interpretation for the age-calibrated phylogeny for the Kurixalus-genus frogs of South, South-east and East Asia (Lv et al., 2018) needs to be rethought22
Insights into iguanodontian dental architecture from an Early Cretaceous Chinese basal hadrosauriform maxilla (Ornithischia: Iguanodontia)138
Sedimentology of 0.8 Ma log-bearing flood deposits in northeast Thailand and mechanisms for pre-flood deforestation103
Preliminary paleomagnetic results from the Linzizong volcanics eastern south Tibet: regional tectonic implications86
Rock magnetic studies of serpentinite seamounts in the Mariana and Izu-Bonin regions111
India blocks and the plate tectonic jigsaw puzzle: bioegeographic implications; hydrocarbon exploration insights112
Imperfect isolation: factors and filters shaping Madagascar's extant vertebrate fauna53
Kerguelen plateau and the late cretaceous southern-continent bioconnection hypothesis: Tales from a topographical ocean276
Collision of India-Asia: revised model based on new paleomagnetic data106
Greater India: a review (of the good, the bad and the downright ugly)91
Piston coring and spurious magnetisations: new insights from a high-latitude Southern Hemisphere ODP hole (690B)105
Colliding India with Eurasa: perspectives of a paleomagnetist99
The revised set of late Mesozoic poles from Hong Kong: Implications for the Cretaceous-Cenozoic development of east Eurasia112
Significance of palaeomagnetic data from the oceanic Poya Terrane, New Caledonia, for SW Pacific tectonic models270
Comment on 'Restoration of Cenozoic deformation in Asia and the size of Greater India' by D. J. J. van Hinsbergen et al.169
Dating the onset and nature of the Middle Permian Emeishan large igneous province eruptions in SW China using conodont biostratigraphy and its bearing on mantle plume uplift models391
Comment on "Trans-Hudson Orogen of North America and Himalaya-Karakoram-Tibetan Orogen of Asia: Structural and thermal characteristics of the lower and upper plates" by M. R. St-Onge et al195
Reply to comment by Eduardo Garzanti on "When and where did India and Asia collide"183
Comment on 'Paleokarst on the top of the Maokou Formation: Further evidence for domal crustal uplift prior to the Emeishan flood volcanism'271
Feng Shui and the orientation of traditional villages in the New Territories, Hong Kong, China112
Halley and the London Queen Anne Churches161
Paleocene/Eocene boundary interval in Hole 550, Goban Spur: magnetostratigraphically simple, chronostratigraphically complex94
Magnetostratigraphic correlation of paleogene sequences from northwest Europe and North America224
Paleomagnetic data support Early Permian age for the Abor Volcanics in the lower Siang Valley, NE India: Significance for Gondwana-related break-up models154
The Scythian-Anisian boundary in South China: preliminary magneto-, bio-, and chronostratigraphic results144
Greater India194
Chronostratigraphic framework for the Thanetian and lower Ypresian deposits of southern England217
Palaeomagnetic data from a mesozoic Philippine sea plate ophiolite on Obi Island, Eastern Indonesia273
HKU Tibet Research Group: Results of five years of investigations along the Yarlung Tsangpo suture zone111
Peculiar geometry of northern Luzon, Philippines: Implications for regional tectonics of new gravity and paleomagnetic data197
Magnetostratigraphy of Upper Paleocene through Lower Middle Eocene strata of northwest Europe207
New insights into the evolution of the Yarlung Tsangpo suture zone, Xizang (Tibet), China266
When did India and Asia collide?113
Tectonic implications of felsic tuffs within the Lower Miocene Gangrinboche conglomerates, southern Tibet163
Emeishan Basalt Ar-Ar overprint ages define several tectonic events that affected the western Yangtze platform in the Mesozoic and Cenozoic132
Revised India-Asia collision model based on new paleomagnetic data112
Recognition of chron C25n in the upper paleocene upnor formation of the London Basin, UK217
Paleomagnetic investigations along the Bangong-Nujiang suture zone, central Tibet106
Positioning Paleogene Eurasia problem: Solution for 60-50 Ma and broader tectonic implications208
Sichuan Earthquake and Cyclone Nargis - Large earthquakes in China – why106
Publishing in the field of Earth Sciences: thoughts and suggestions that might be of value to the HKU DES PGS114
Detrital chrome spinel evidence for a Neotethyan intra-oceanic island arc collision with India in the Paleocene84
Upper Cretaceous radiolarian faunas from the northwestern Ilocos Region, Luzon Island, Philippines87
Paleomagnetic data from a Jurassic Phillipine Sea Plate SSZ ophiolite, east Indonesia168
New observations on the sedimentary and tectonic evolution of the Tertiary Kutai Basin, East Kalimantan245
Aspects of the Tectonic Evolution of China171
Resolving possible problems associated with the magnetostratigraphy of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary in Holes 549, 550 (Goban Spur) and 690B (Maud Rise)184
Neotethys and the India-Asia collision: Insights from a palaeomagnetic study of the Dazhuqu ophiolite, southern Tibet279
First Palaeogene sedimentary rock palaeomagnetic pole from stable western Eurasia and tectonic implications163
Structure and collision history of the Buton continental fragment, eastern Indonesia204
Mid-Cretaceous backarc-rifting along the Bangong-Nujiang suture zone113
Paleomagnetic data from Holes 782A, 784A, and 786A, Leg 125115
Miocene intra-arc bending at an arc-arc collision zone, central Japan: comment239
Magnetostratigraphy of Sites 782, 783, 784, and 786, Izu-Bonin outer forearc, western Pacific104
Recognition of Chron C25n in the Upper Paleocene Upnor Formation of the London Basin, UK213
Upper Jurassic radiolarians from the Naga Ophiolite, Nagaland, northeast India172
A revised model for India - Asia collision based on new observations from Tibet87
Colonizing the Caribbean: is the GAARlandia land-bridge hypothesis gaining a foothold?134
Early cretaceous radiolarians from the spongtang massif, Ladakh, NW India: Implications for Neo-Tethyan evolution203
Paleomagnetic investigation of the Early Permian Panjal Traps of NW India; regional tectonic implications62
What does the Tibet-Himalayan sedimentary record tell us about collision(s) and is anybody listening?75
Problematic Palaeomagnetics and the Position of Palaeogene Eurasia: a Review; Implications for the Tectonic Modeling of East Asia; Efforts to Resolve the Issue148
Chronostratigraphic terminology at the Paleocene/Eocene Boundary175
Biostratigraphic summary, Leg 125119
Review of The SE Asian Gateway: History and Tectonics of the Australia-Asia Collision edited by R. Hall, M.A. Cottam and M.E.J. Wilson (Geological Society of London Special Publication No. 355, 2011, pp. 381)34
Novel summary metrics for insular biotic assemblages based on taxonomy and phylogeny: Biogeographical, palaeogeographical and possible conservational applications22
Miocene benthic foraminifera from Nosy Makamby and Amparafaka, Mahajanga Basin, northwestern Madagascar140
Emeishan large igneous province (SW China) and the mantle-plume up-doming hypothesis271
Volcanism, mass extinction, and carbon isotope fluctuations in the middle permian of China209
Chronostratigraphic terminology at the Paleocene/Eocene boundary88
New SW Pacific tectonic model: Cyclical intraoceanic magmatic arc construction and near-coeval emplacement along the Australia-Pacific margin in the Cenozoic218
Geochemistry of Cretaceous to Eocene ophiolitic rocks of the Central Cordillera: Implications for Mesozoic-early Cenozoic evolution of the northern Philippines218
Origin and motion history of the Philippine Sea Plate332
Paleomagnetism of Borneo211
Gondwana to Asia: Plate tectonics, paleogeography and the biological connectivity of the Indian sub-continent from the Middle Jurassic through latest Eocene (166-35 Ma)268
Exploring the combined role of eustasy and oceanic island thermal subsidence in shaping biodiversity on the Galápagos172
ODP sediment records of the geomagnetic field - how important is overprinting and can it be recognized?86
Magnetostratigraphic calibration of early Eocene depositional sequences in the southern North Sea Basin113
Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: state of understanding 2005100
Paleomagnetic data from the oceanic Poya and Koh Terranes, New Caledonia, and their significance for modelling the tectonic history of the SW Pacific102
Neotectonics along the Bangong-Nujiang suture zone, 084°E, central Tibet122
The 'Oldhaven magnetozone' in East Anglia: A revised interpretation207
Four paper resulting from the fifth joint meeting of the Regional Committees on Northern Neogene and Paleogene Stratigraphy116
Slamming India into Eurasia: new tectonic model91
Halley et les eglises de la reine Anne112
Understanding the chronostratigraphy of the North Atlantic Tertiary Igneous Province83
Comment on "Fusiline biotic turnover across the Guadalupian-Lopingian (middle-upper Permian) boundary in mid-oceanic carbonate build-ups: Biostratigraphy of accreted limestone in Japan" by Ayano Ota and Yukio Isozaki290
Paleomagnetism of the Dazhuqu Terrane, Yarlung Zangbo Suture Zone, Southern Tibet92
Shoshonites in southern Tibet record Late Jurassic rifting of a Tethyan intraoceanic Island Arc296