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Tectonic controls on surface erosion rates in the Longmen Shan, Eastern Tibet

Abstract : 10 Be-derived catchment-wide denudation rates are positively correlated with topographic indices in the southern Longmen Shan.  Erosion rates are consistent over short-and long-term timescales across the Longmen Shan, suggesting an exhumational steady state.  Rock uplift pattern and topographic evolution across the Longmen Shan have been largely controlled by upper crustal shortening and fault geometry.
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Wei Wang​, Vincent Godard, Jing Liu‐zeng, Jinyu Zhang, Zhigang Li, et al.. Tectonic controls on surface erosion rates in the Longmen Shan, Eastern Tibet. Tectonics, 2021, 40 (3), ⟨10.1029/2020TC006445⟩. ⟨hal-03172550⟩

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