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Guo, Liang; Zhang, Hong-Fei; Harris, Nigel; Xu, Wang-Chun and Pan, Fa-Bin (2017). Detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology, trace-element and Hf isotope geochemistry of the metasedimentary rocks in the Eastern Himalayan syntaxis: Tectonic and paleogeographic implications. Gondwana Research, 41 pp. 207–221.


Xu, Wang-Chun; Zhang, Hong-Fei; Harris, Nigel; Guo, Liang and Pan, Fa-Bing (2013). Rapid Eocene erosion, sedimentation and burial in the eastern Himalayan syntaxis and its geodynamic significance. Gondwana Research, 23(2) pp. 715–725. file


Carbone, Daniele; Zuccarello, Luciano; Montalto, Placido and Rymer, Hazel (2012). New geophysical insight into the dynamics of Stromboli volcano (Italy). Gondwana Research, 22(1) pp. 290–299. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Guo, Liang; Zhang, Hong-Fei ; Harris, Nigel; Parrish, Randall; Xu, Wang-Chun and Shi, Zhang-Liang (2012). Paleogene crustal anatexis and metamorphism in Lhasa terrane, eastern Himalayan syntaxis: evidence from U–Pb zircon ages and Hf isotopic compositions of the Nyingchi Complex. Gondwana Research, 21(1) pp. 100–111. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Rao, Y. J. B.; Kelley, S. P.; Harris, N. B. W.; Narayana, B. L. and Srikantappa, C. (2006). An Ar-40-Ar-39 laser-probe study of pseudotachylites in charnockite gneisses from the Cauvery Shear Zone system, South India. Gondwana Research, 10(3-4) pp. 357–362.


Ghosh, S.; Fallick, A. E.; Paul, D. K. and Potts, P. (2005). Geochemistry and Origin of Neoproterozoic Granitoids of Meghalaya, Northeast India: Implications for Linkage with Amalgamation of Gondwana Supercontinent. Gondwana Research, 8(3) pp. 421–432.

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