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Mantle dynamics, uplift of the Tibetan Plateau, and the Indian monsoon
P Molnar, P England, J Martinod
Reviews of Geophysics 31 (4), 357-396, 1993
23661993
Pressure—temperature—time paths of regional metamorphism I. Heat transfer during the evolution of regions of thickened continental crust
PC England, AB Thompson
Journal of Petrology 25 (4), 894-928, 1984
21721984
Late Cenozoic uplift of mountain ranges and global climate change: chicken or egg?
P Molnar, P England
nature 346 (6279), 29-34, 1990
18861990
Finite strain calculations of continental deformation: 2. Comparison with the India‐Asia collision zone
P England, G Houseman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 91 (B3), 3664-3676, 1986
13791986
Extension during continental convergence, with application to the Tibetan Plateau
P England, G Houseman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B12), 17561-17579, 1989
12541989
Surface uplift, uplift of rocks, and exhumation of rocks
P England, P Molnar
Geology 18 (12), 1173-1177, 1990
10881990
A thin viscous sheet model for continental deformation
P England, D McKenzie
Geophysical Journal International 70 (2), 295-321, 1982
10271982
Pressure—temperature—time paths of regional metamorphism II. Their inference and interpretation using mineral assemblages in metamorphic rocks
AB Thompson, PC England
Journal of Petrology 25 (4), 929-955, 1984
7551984
The influence of erosion upon the mineral facies of rocks from different metamorphic environments
PC ENGLAND, SW Richardson
Journal of the Geological Society 134 (2), 201-213, 1977
7421977
Active deformation of Asia: From kinematics to dynamics
P England, P Molnar
Science 278 (5338), 647-650, 1997
6431997
Plateau ‘pop-up’in the great 1897 Assam earthquake
R Bilham, P England
Nature 410 (6830), 806-809, 2001
6112001
The mechanics of the Tibetan Plateau
PC England, GA Houseman
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1988
5351988
Convective removal of lithosphere beneath mountain belts; thermal and mechanical consequences
JP Platt, PC England
American Journal of Science 294 (3), 307-336, 1994
5211994
Crustal thickening versus lateral expulsion in the Indian‐Asian continental collision
G Houseman, P England
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 98 (B7), 12233-12249, 1993
5121993
Right-lateral shear and rotation as the explanation for strike-slip faulting in eastern Tibet
P England, P Molnar
Nature 344 (6262), 140-142, 1990
4571990
Temperatures, heat flux, and frictional stress near major thrust faults
P Molnar, P England
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 95 (B4), 4833-4856, 1990
4511990
Finite strain calculations of continental deformation: 1. Method and general results for convergent zones
G Houseman, P England
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 91 (B3), 3651-3663, 1986
4351986
InSAR observations of low slip rates on the major faults of western Tibet
TJ Wright, B Parsons, PC England, EJ Fielding
science 305 (5681), 236-239, 2004
3852004
Some thermal and tectonic models for crustal melting in continental collision zones
PC England, A Thompson
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 19 (1), 83-94, 1986
3791986
The field of crustal velocity in Asia calculated from Quaternary rates of slip on faults
P England, P Molnar
Geophysical Journal International 130 (3), 551-582, 1997
3531997
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