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brian frederick windley
brian frederick windley
Emeritus Professor, University of Leicester
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Tectonic models for accretion of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt
BF Windley, DV Alexeiev, WJ Xiao, A Kröner, G Badarch
Journal of Geological Society of London 164, 31-47, 2007
31412007
Accretion leading to collision and the Permian Solonker suture, Inner Mongolia, China: termination of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt
WJ Xiao, BF Windley, J Hao, MG Zhai
Tectonics 22 (6), 1069, doi: 1029TC001484, 2003
21052003
The Evolving Continents:3rd edition
BF Windley
Wiley, Chichester, UK, 1995
1706*1995
The Evolving Continents
BF Windley
Wiley, Chichester, 1984
1706*1984
A new terrane subdivision for Mongolia: implications for the Phanerozoic crustal growth of Central Asia
G Badarch, WD Cunningham, BF Windley
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 21 (1), 87-110, 2002
11692002
End-Permian to mid-Triassic termination of the accretionary processes of the southern Altaids: implications for the geodynamic evolution, Phanerozoic continental growth, and …
WJ Xiao, BF Windley, BC Huang, CM Han, C Yuan, HL Chen, M Sun, ...
International Journal of Earth Sciences 98 (6), 1189-1217, 2009
9642009
Paleozoic accretion and Cenozoic redeformation of the Chinese Tien Shan range, central Asia
BF Windley, MB Allen, C Zhang, ZY Zhao, GR Wang
Geology 18 (2), 128-131, 1990
9641990
Paleozoic multiple accretionary and collisional tectonics of the Chinese Tianshan orogenic collage
W Xiao, BF Windley, MB Allen, C Han
Gondwana Research 23 (4), 1316-1341, 2013
9112013
Accretionary orogens through Earth history
PA Cawood, A Kröner, WJ Collins, TM Kusky, WD Mooney, BF Windley
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 318 (1), 1-36, 2009
9042009
A tale of amalgamation of three Permo-Triassic collage systems in Central Asia: Oroclines, sutures, and terminal accretion
W Xiao, BF Windley, S Sun, J Li, B Huang, C Han, C Yuan, M Sun, ...
Annual review of earth and planetary sciences 43, 477-507, 2015
8072015
The closing of Tethys and the tectonics of the Himalaya
MP Searle, BF Windley, MP Coward, DJW Cooper, AJ Rex, D Rex, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 98 (6), 678-701, 1987
8061987
Palaeozoic accretionary and convergent tectonics of the southern Altaids: implications for the growth of Central Asia
W Xiao, BF Windley, G Badarch, S Sun, J Li, K Qin, Z Wang
Journal of the Geological Society 161 (3), 339-342, 2004
7932004
Palaeozoic collisional tectonics and magmatism of the Chinese Tien Shan, central Asia
MB Allen, BF Windley, C Zhang
Tectonophysics 220 (1-4), 89-115, 1993
7711993
Time scale of an early to mid-Paleozoic orogenic cycle of the long-lived Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Inner Mongolia of China: implications for continental growth
P Jian, D Liu, A Kröner, BF Windley, Y Shi, F Zhang, G Shi, L Miao, ...
Lithos 101 (3-4), 233-259, 2008
6562008
Neoproterozoic to Paleozoic geology of the Altai orogen, NW China: new zircon age data and tectonic evolution
BF Windley, A Kröner, J Guo, G Qu, Y Li, C Zhang
The Journal of geology 110 (6), 719-737, 2002
6342002
The Altaids of Central Asia: a tectonic and evolutionary innovative review
C Wilhem, BF Windley, GM Stampfli
Earth-Science Reviews 113 (3-4), 303-341, 2012
6302012
Carbonic metamorphism, granulites and crustal growth
RC Newton, JV Smith, BF Windley
Nature 288 (5786), 45-50, 1980
6251980
Accretionary growth and crust formation in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and comparison with the Arabian-Nubian shield
A Kroner, BF Windley, G Badarch, O Tomurtogoo, E Hegner, BM Jahn, ...
Memoirs-Geological Society of America 200, 181, 2007
6152007
Phanerozoic continental growth in Central Asia
B Jahn, B Windley, B Natal'in, N Dobretsov
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 5 (23), 599-603, 2004
5632004
Paleozoic multiple subduction-accretion processes of the southern Altaids
WJ Xiao, BF Windley, C Yuan, M Sun, CM Han, SF Lin, HL Chen, QR Yan, ...
American Journal of Science 309 (3), 221-270, 2009
5492009
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