Michael Taylor
Michael Taylor
Professor - Dept. of Geology, University of Kansas
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TitleCited byYear
Tectonic evolution of the early Mesozoic blueschist-bearing Qiangtang metamorphic belt, central Tibet
P Kapp, A Yin, CE Manning, TM Harrison, MH Taylor, L Ding
Tectonics 22 (4), 1043, 2003
3952003
Active structures of the Himalayan-Tibetan orogen and their relationships to earthquake distribution, contemporary strain field, and Cenozoic volcanism
M Taylor, A Yin
Geosphere 5 (3), 199-214, 2009
2732009
Conjugate strike-slip faulting along the Bangong-Nujiang suture zone accommodates coeval east-west extension and north-south shortening in the interior of the Tibetan Plateau
M Taylor, A Yin, FJ Ryerson, P Kapp, L Ding
Tectonics 22 (4), 1044, 2003
2442003
Trapping and migration of methane associated with the gas hydrate stability zone at the Blake Ridge Diapir: new insights from seismic data
MH Taylor, WP Dillon, IA Pecher
Marine Geology 164 (1-2), 79-89, 2000
1632000
Tectonics of sedimentary basins: Recent advances
RV Ingersoll, G Gehrels, JC Gosse, G Dupont-Nivet, W Krijgsman, ...
143*2012
Evidence for faulting related to dissociation of gas hydrate and release of methane off the southeastern United States Peer reviewed article
WP Dillon, WW Danforth, DR Hutchinson, RM Drury, MH Taylor, JS Booth
113*1998
Development of active low-angle normal fault systems during orogenic collapse: Insight from Tibet
P Kapp, M Taylor, D Stockli, L Ding
Geology 36 (1), 7-10, 2008
1082008
Current slip rates on conjugate strike-slip faults in central Tibet using synthetic aperture radar interferometry
M Taylor, G Peltzer
Journal of Geophysical Research 111 (B12), B12402, 2006
972006
Database of active structures from the Indo-Asian collision
R Styron, M Taylor, K Okoronkwo
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 91 (20), 181, 2010
902010
Oblique convergence, arc-parallel extension, and the role of strike-slip faulting in the High Himalaya
RH Styron, MH Taylor, MA Murphy
Geosphere 7 (2), 582-596, 2011
822011
Seafloor collapse and methane venting associated with gas hydrate on the Blake Ridge: Causes and implications to seafloor stability and methanerelease
WP Dillon, JW Nealon, MH Taylor, MW Lee, RM Drury, CH Anton
Geophysical Monograph Series 124, 211-233, 2001
812001
Mechanics of V-shaped conjugate strike-slip faults and the corresponding continuum mode of continental deformation
A Yin, MH Taylor
Geological Society of America Bulletin 123 (9-10), 1798-1821, 2011
782011
Limit of strain partitioning in the Himalaya marked by large earthquakes in western Nepal
MA Murphy, MH Taylor, J Gosse, CRP Silver, DM Whipp, C Beaumont
Nature Geoscience 7 (1), 38, 2014
692014
Limit of strain partitioning in the Himalaya marked by large earthquakes in western Nepal
MA Murphy, MH Taylor, J Gosse, CRP Silver, DM Whipp, C Beaumont
Nature Geoscience 7 (1), 38, 2014
692014
Crustal structure of central Lake Baikal: Insights into intracontinental rifting (DOI 10.1029/2001JB000300)
US Brink, MH Taylor
JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ALL SERIES- 107 (7; SECT 2), 2-2, 2002
65*2002
Coseismic slip variation assessed from terrestrial LiDAR scans of the El Mayor–Cucapah surface rupture
PO Gold, ME Oskin, AJ Elliott, A Hinojosa-Corona, MH Taylor, O Kreylos, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 366, 151-162, 2013
532013
Tectonics of Sedimentary Basins: Recent Advances
MH Taylor, PA Kapp, BK Horton
John Wiley and Sons, 2012
53*2012
Open source archive of active faults for northwest South America
G Veloza, R Styron, M Taylor, A Mora
GSA Today 22 (10), 2012
462012
Kinematic behavior of southern Alaska constrained by westward decreasing postglacial slip rates on the Denali Fault, Alaska
AS Mériaux, K Sieh, RC Finkel, CM Rubin, MH Taylor, AJ Meltzner, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research 114 (B3), B03404, 2009
432009
Syncollisional extension along the India–Asia suture zone, south-central Tibet: Implications for crustal deformation of Tibet
MA Murphy, V Sanchez, MH Taylor
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 290 (3), 233-243, 2010
372010
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