Majie Fan
Majie Fan
Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Texas at Arlington
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Flexural subsidence by 29 Ma on the NE edge of Tibet from the magnetostratigraphy of Linxia Basin, China
X Fang, C Garzione, R Van der Voo, J Li, M Fan
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 210 (3-4), 545-560, 2003
3242003
High and dry in central Tibet during the Late Oligocene
PG DeCelles, J Quade, P Kapp, M Fan, DL Dettman, L Ding
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253 (3-4), 389-401, 2007
2862007
Tectonic uplift and sedimentary evolution of the Jiuxi Basin in the northern margin of the Tibetan Plateau since 13 Ma BP
C Song, X Fang, J Li, J Gao, Z Zhao, M Fan
Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences 44 (1), 192-202, 2001
902001
Late Cretaceous–early Eocene Laramide uplift, exhumation, and basin subsidence in Wyoming: Crustal responses to flat slab subduction
M Fan, B Carrapa
Tectonics 33 (4), 509-529, 2014
782014
Calibration of the clumped isotope geothermometer in soil carbonate in Wyoming and Nebraska, USA: Implications for paleoelevation and paleoclimate reconstruction
BG Hough, M Fan, BH Passey
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 391, 110-120, 2014
752014
Climatic variation in the Linxia basin, NE Tibetan Plateau, from 13.1 to 4.3 Ma: The stable isotope record
M Fan, DL Dettman, C Song, X Fang, CN Garzione
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 247 (3-4), 313-328, 2007
732007
Intensification of the Asian winter monsoon after 7.4 Ma: Grain-size evidence from the Linxia Basin, northeastern Tibetan Plateau, 13.1 Ma to 4.3 Ma
M Fan, C Song, DL Dettman, X Fang, X Xu
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248 (1-2), 186-197, 2006
652006
Geochemistry and sedimentology of the Lower Silurian Longmaxi mudstone in southwestern China: Implications for depositional controls on organic matter accumulation
Y Ma, M Fan, Y Lu, X Guo, H Hu, L Chen, C Wang, X Liu
Marine and Petroleum Geology 75, 291-309, 2016
632016
Late Paleocene high Laramide ranges in northeast Wyoming: Oxygen isotope study of ancient river water
M Fan, DL Dettman
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 286 (1-2), 110-121, 2009
452009
Sedimentology, detrital zircon geochronology, and stable isotope geochemistry of the lower Eocene strata in the Wind River Basin, central Wyoming
M Fan, PG DeCelles, GE Gehrels, DL Dettman, J Quade, SL Peyton
GSA Bulletin 123 (5-6), 979-996, 2011
432011
Middle Cenozoic uplift and concomitant drying in the central Rocky Mountains and adjacent Great Plains
M Fan, P Heller, SD Allen, BG Hough
Geology 42 (6), 547-550, 2014
332014
Middle to late Cenozoic cooling and high topography in the central Rocky Mountains: Constraints from clumped isotope geochemistry
M Fan, BG Hough, BH Passey
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 408, 35-47, 2014
302014
Climate-driven paleolimnological change controls lacustrine mudstone depositional process and organic matter accumulation: Constraints from lithofacies and geochemical studies …
Y Ma, M Fan, Y Lu, H Liu, Y Hao, Z Xie, Z Liu, L Peng, X Du, H Hu
International Journal of Coal Geology 167, 103-118, 2016
272016
Terrestrial paleoenvironmental reconstructions indicate transient peak warming during the early Eocene climatic optimum
E Hyland, ND Sheldon, M Fan
Bulletin 125 (7-8), 1338-1348, 2013
262013
Middle Eocene paleohydrology of the Dongying Depression in eastern China from sedimentological and geochemical signatures of lacustrine mudstone
Y Ma, M Fan, Y Lu, H Liu, Y Hao, Z Xie, L Peng, X Du, H Hu
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 479, 16-33, 2017
202017
Paleozoic sediment dispersal before and during the collision between Laurentia and Gondwana in the Fort Worth Basin, USA
OB Alsalem, M Fan, J Zamora, X Xie, WR Griffin
Geosphere 14 (1), 325-342, 2018
17*2018
Tectonic uplift and sedimentary evolution of the Guide Basin in the northeast margin of Tibetan Plateau in Cenozoic Era
C Song, X Fang, J Gao, D Sun, M Fan
Acta Sedimentologica Sinica 19 (4), 493-500, 2001
142001
Provenance and Depositional Ages of Late Paleogene Fluvial Sedimentary Rocks In the Central Rocky Mountains, U.S.A.
M Fan, A Mankin, K Chamberlain
Journal of Sedimentary Research 85, 1416-1430, 2015
132015
Widespread basement erosion during the late Paleocene–early Eocene in the Laramide Rocky Mountains inferred from 87Sr/86Sr ratios of freshwater bivalve fossils
M Fan, J Quade, D Dettman, PG DeCelles
Bulletin 123 (9-10), 2069-2082, 2011
112011
Terrestrial cooling and changes in hydroclimate in the continental interior of the United States across the Eocene-Oligocene boundary
M Fan, SA Ayyash, A Tripati, BH Passey, EM Griffith
GSA Bulletin 130 (7-8), 1073-1084, 2018
102018
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