Martine Simoes
Martine Simoes
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Rupture process of the Mw= 7.9 2015 Gorkha earthquake (Nepal): Insights into Himalayan megathrust segmentation
R Grandin, M Vallée, C Satriano, R Lacassin, Y Klinger, M Simoes, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (20), 8373-8382, 2015
Late Cenozoic metamorphic evolution and exhumation of Taiwan
O Beyssac, M Simoes, JP Avouac, KA Farley, YG Chen, YC Chan, B Goffé
Tectonics 26 (6), 2007
The Sumatra subduction zone: A case for a locked fault zone extending into the mantle
M Simoes, JP Avouac, R Cattin, P Henry
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B10), 2004
Mountain building in Taiwan: A thermokinematic model
M Simoes, JP Avouac, O Beyssac, B Goffé, KA Farley, YG Chen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B11), 2007
Erosion influences the seismicity of active thrust faults
P Steer, M Simoes, R Cattin, JBH Shyu
Nature communications 5, 5564, 2014
Investigating the kinematics of mountain building in Taiwan from the spatiotemporal evolution of the foreland basin and western foothills
M Simoes, JP Avouac
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B10), 2006
Cenozoic deformation of the Tarim Basin and surrounding ranges (Xinjiang, China): A regional overview
A Laborde, L Barrier, M Simoes, H Li, T Coudroy, J Van der Woerd, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 197, 102891, 2019
Kinematics of fault‐related folding derived from a sandbox experiment
S Bernard, JP Avouac, S Dominguez, M Simoes
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B3), 2007
Transient stripping of subducting slabs controls periodic forearc uplift
A Menant, S Angiboust, T Gerya, R Lacassin, M Simoes, R Grandin
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1823, 2020
Kinematic analysis of the Pakuashan fault tip fold, west central Taiwan: Shortening rate and age of folding inception
M Simoes, JP Avouac, YG Chen, AK Singhvi, CY Wang, M Jaiswal, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B3), 2007
High‐pressure metamorphism in Taiwan: from oceanic subduction to arc‐continent collision?
O Beyssac, F Negro, M Simoes, YC Chan, YG Chen
Terra Nova 20 (2), 118-125, 2008
Slip rates on the Chelungpu and Chushiang thrust faults inferred from a deformed strath terrace along the Dungpuna river, west central Taiwan
M Simoes, JP Avouac, YG Chen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 112 (B3), 2007
Revisiting the crustal structure and kinematics of the Central Andes at 33.5 S: Implications for the mechanics of Andean mountain building
M Riesner, R Lacassin, M Simoes, D Carrizo, R Armijo
Tectonics 37 (5), 1347-1375, 2018
Late Cenozoic metamorphism and mountain building in Taiwan: A review
M Simoes, O Beyssac, YG Chen
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 46, 92-119, 2012
Kinematics of the active West Andean fold‐and‐thrust belt (central Chile): Structure and long‐term shortening rate
M Riesner, R Lacassin, M Simoes, R Armijo, R Rauld, G Vargas
Tectonics 36 (2), 287-303, 2017
Kinematics of active deformation across the western Kunlun mountain range (Xinjiang, China) and potential seismic hazards within the southern Tarim basin
C Guilbaud, M Simoes, L Barrier, A Laborde, J Van der Woerd, H Li, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (12), 10,398-10,426, 2017
Continental‐scale erosion and transport laws: A new approach to quantitatively investigate macroscale landscapes and associated sediment fluxes over the geological past
M Simoes, J Braun, S Bonnet
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 11 (9), 2010
Earthquake statistics changed by typhoon-driven erosion
P Steer, L Jeandet, N Cubas, O Marc, P Meunier, M Simoes, R Cattin, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 10899, 2020
Early exhumation of the Frontal Cordillera (Southern Central Andes) and implications for Andean mountain-building at ~33.5°S
M Riesner, M Simoes, D Carrizo, R Lacassin
Scientific Reports 9, 2019
Nappe structure revealed by thermal constraints in the Taiwan metamorphic belt
CT Chen, YC Chan, CY Lu, M Simoes, O Beyssac
Terra Nova 23 (2), 85-91, 2011
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