|Tectonosedimentary evolution model of an intracontinental flexural (foreland) basin for paleoclimatic research|
X Fang*, J Wang, W Zhang, J Zan, C Song, M Yan, E Appel, T Zhang, ...
Global and Planetary Change 145, 78-97, 2016
|An Eocene–Miocene continuous rock magnetic record from the sediments in the Xining Basin, NW China: indication for Cenozoic persistent drying driven by global cooling and …|
X Fang*, J Zan, E Appel, Y Lu, C Song, S Dai, S Tuo
Geophysical Journal International 201, 78-89, 2015
|Cenozoic magnetostratigraphy of the Xining Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau, and its constraints on paleontological, sedimentological and tectonomorphological evolution|
X Fang*, Y Fang, J Zan, W Zhang, C Song, E Appel, Q Meng, Y Miao, ...
Earth-science reviews 190, 460-485, 2019
|Lithologic and rock magnetic evidence for the Mid-Miocene Climatic Optimum recorded in the sedimentary archive of the Xining Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau|
J Zan, X Fang*, M Yan, W Zhang, Y Lu
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 431, 6-14, 2015
|A 7.3–1.6 Ma grain size record of interaction between anticline uplift and climate change in the western Qaidam Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau|
Y Lu, X Fang*, E Appel, J Wang, C Herb, W Han, F Wu, C Song
Sedimentary Geology 319, 40-51, 2015
|Increased sedimentation following the Neolithic Revolution in the Southern Levant|
Y Lu*, N Waldmann, D Nadel, S Marco
Global and Planetary Change 152, 199-208, 2017
|Termination of fluvial-alluvial sedimentation in the Xining Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau, and its subsequent geomorphic evolution|
W Zhang*, T Zhang, C Song, E Appel, Z Mao, Y Fang, Y Lu, Q Meng, ...
Geomorphology 297, 86-99, 2017
|Interpreting soft sediment deformation and mass transport deposits as seismites in the Dead Sea depocenter|
Y Lu*, N Waldmann, GI Alsop, S Marco
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122, 8305-8325. DOI:10.1002 …, 2017
|A 45 kyr laminae record from the Dead Sea: Implications for basin erosion and floods recurrence|
Y Lu*, R Bookman, N Waldmann, S Marco
Quaternary Science Reviews 229 (2020), 106143, 2020
|Characteristic grain-size component-A useful process-related parameter for grain-size analysis of lacustrine clastics?|
Y Lu*, X Fang*, O Friedrich, C Song
Quaternary International 479, 90-99, 2018
|A late Pliocene to early Pleistocene (3.3–2.1 Ma) orbital chronology for the Qaidam Basin paleolake (NE Tibetan Plateau) based on the SG-1b drillcore record|
S Kaboth-Barh*, A Koutsodendris, Y Lu, K Nakajima, C Zeeden, E Appel, ...
Newsletters on Stratigraphy, DOI: 10.1127/nos/2020/0555, 2020
|Sedimentological evidence for pronounced glacial-interglacial climate fluctuations in NE Tibet in the latest Pliocene to early Pleistocene|
Y Lu*, N Dewald, A Koutsodendris, S Kaboth-Bahr, W Rössler, J Pross, ...
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, DOI: 10.1029/2020PA003864, 2020
|A 220,000-year-long continuous large earthquake record on a slow-slipping plate boundary|
Y Lu*, N Wetzler, N Waldmann, A Agnon, GP Biasi, S Marco
Science Advances 6 (48), eaba4170, 2020
|Aridification recorded by lithofacies and grain size in a continuous Pliocene-Quaternary lacustrine sediment record in the western Qaidam Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau|
L Yang, W Zhang*, X Fang, M Cai, Y Lu#
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo …, 2020
|A new approach to constrain the seismic origin for prehistoric turbidites as applied to the Dead Sea Basin|
Y Lu*, J Moernaut, R Bookman, N Waldmann, N Wetzler, A Agnon, ...
Geophysical Research Letters, DOI: 10.1029/2020GL090947, 2021