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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, American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2021, 40 (3), ⟨10.1029/2020TC006445⟩. ⟨hal-03172550⟩

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