Curious how active incision into the dry basins of the Tibetan Plateau and Transhimalaya affects sediment export over the last ~35,000 years? A fresh look from the upper Indus River:
Jonell, T.N, Owen, L.A, Carter, A., Schwenniger, J., & Clift, P. D., 2017, Quantifying episodic erosion and transient storage on the western margin of the Tibetan Plateau, upper Indus River: Quaternary Research, 1-26. doi:10.1017/qua.2017.92
Exploring river headwaters in western Tarim Basin reveals climatic and tectonic histories of several river systems--a new paper from Geosphere:
Clift, P.D.., Zheng, H., Carter, A., Böning, P., Jonell, T.N., Schorr, H., Shan, X., Pahnke, K., Wei, X., & Rittenour, T., 2017, Controls on Erosion in the Western Tarim Basin: Implications for the uplift of northwest Tibet and Pamirs: Geosphere, v. 13. doi:10.1130/GES01378.1.
Check out this paper addressing Late Cretaceous Laramide arc magmatism and deformation in southern New Mexico:
Amato, J.M., Mack, G.H., Jonell, T.N., Seager, W.R., & Upchurch, G.R., 2017, Onset of the Laramide orogeny and associated magmatism in southern New Mexico based on U-Pb geochronology: GSA Bulletin, doi: 10.1130/B31629.1