(Co) Author: Ivy-Ochs, S. D.
(since 2003) [ All ]
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Implications of the fault scaling law for the growth of topography: mountain ranges in the broken foreland of north-east Tibet. Terra Nova, 16, 3, 157-162.
Late Pleistocene/Holocene slip rate of the Zhangye thrust (Qilian Shan, China) and implications for the active growth of the northeastern Tibetan Plateau. Tectonics, 23, No. 6, TC6006.
Rock avalanching into a landslide-dammed lake causing multiple dam failure in Las Conchas valley (NW Argentina) - evidence from surface exposure dating and stratigraphic analyses. Landslides, 1, 2, 113-122.
Surface exposure dating of landforms covered by loess.. Scientific Report 2004, Paul Scherrer Institute.| EDOC: 7006 | (2004):
10Be age determinations of a lake sediment system used for paleoclimate reconstruction and paleoseismologic studies.. Scientific Report 2003, Paul Scherrer Institute.| EDOC: 6997 | (2003):
Landslide dams in the Argentine Andes.. NATO Advanced Research Workshop 'Security of natural and artificial rockslide dams' (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan 2004), 79-85.| EDOC: 6642 | (2004):