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Bell, T.H., Sanislav, I.V., and Sapkota, J. (2017) The control of deformation partitioning and strain localization on porphyroblast behaviour in rocks and experiments. Geosciences Journal. (In Press)
Bell, T.H., and Fay, C. (2016) Holistic microstructural techniques reveal synchronous to alternating development of andalusite and staurolite during 3 tectonic events resulted from shifting partitioning of growth vs deformation. Lithos, 262. pp. 699-712.
Aerden, D.G.A.M., Bell, T.H., Puga, E., Sayab, M., Lozano, J.A., and Diaz de Federico, A. (2013) Multi-stage mountain building vs. relative plate motions in the Betic Cordillera deduced from integrated microstructural and petrological analysis of porphyroblast inclusion trails. Tectonophysics, 587. pp. 188-206.
Bell, T.H., Rieuwers, M.T., Cihan, M., Evans, T.P., Ham, A.P., and Welch, P.W. (2013) Inter-relationships between deformation partitioning, metamorphism and tectonism. Tectonophysics, 587. pp. 119-132.
Shah, A.A., and Bell, T.H. (2012) Ninety million years of orogenesis, 250 million years of quiescence and further orogenesis with no change in PT: significance for the role of deformation in porphyroblast growth. Journal of Earth System Science, 121 (6). pp. 1365-1399.
Bell, T.H., and Sapkota, J. (2012) Episodic gravitational collapse and migration of the mountain chain during orogenic roll-on in the Himalayas. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 30 (7). pp. 651-666.
Abu Sharib, A.S.A.A., and Bell, T.H. (2011) Radical changes in bulk shortening directions during orogenesis: significance for progressive development of regional folds and thrusts. Precambrian Research, 188 (1-4). pp. 1-20.
Bell, T.H., and Sanislav, I.V. (2011) A deformation partitioning approach to resolving the sequence of fold events and the orientations in which they formed across multiply deformed large-scale regions. Journal of Structural Geology, 33 (7). pp. 1206-1217.
Sanislav, I.V., and Bell, T.H. (2011) The inter-relationships between long-lived metamorphism, pluton emplacement and changes in the direction of bulk shortening during orogenesis. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 29 (5). pp. 513-536.
Shah, Afroz Ahmad, and Bell, Tim (2011) Isograd migration with time during orogenesis: multiple episodic growth of same phase porphyroblasts during prograde metamorphism. Journal of the Virtual Explorer, 37. pp. 1-33.
Bell, T.H. (2010) Deformation partitioning, foliation successions and their significance for orogenesis: hiding lengthy deformation histories in mylonites. In: Law, R.D., Butler, R.W.H., Holdsworth, R.E., Krabbendam , M., and Strachan, R.A., (eds.) Continental Tectonics and Mountain Building: The Legacy of Peach and Horne. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 335 . Geological Society of London, Piccadilly, London, UK, pp. 275-292.
Bell, T.H., and Hobbs, B.E. (2010) Foliations and shear sense: a modern approach to an old problem. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 75 (1). pp. 137-151.
Fay, C., Bell, T.H., and Hobbs, B.E. (2008) Porphyroblast rotation versus nonrotation: conflict resolution. Geology (Boulder), 36 (4). pp. 307-310.
Bell, T.H., and Bruce, M.D. (2007) Progressive deformation partitioning and deformation history: evidence from millipede structures. Journal of Structural Geology, 29 (1). pp. 18-35.
Bell, T.H., and Bruce, M.D. (2006) The internal inclusion trail geometries preserved within a first phase of porphyroblast growth. Journal of Structural Geology, 28 (2). pp. 236-252.
Bell, T.H., and Newman, R. (2006) Appalachian orogenesis: the role of repeated gravitational collapse. Geological Society of America Special Papers, 414. pp. 95-118.
Kim, Hyeong Soo, and Bell, Tim H. (2005) Multiple foliations defined by different sillimanite crystal habits, partial melting and the late metamorphic development of the Cannington Ag-Pb-Zn deposit, Northeast Australia. Gondwana Research, 8 (4). pp. 493-509.
Kim, Hyeong Soo, and Bell, Tim H. (2005) Combining compositional zoning and foliation intersection axes (FIAs) in garnet to quantitatively determine early P-T-t paths in multiply deformed and metamorphosed schists: north central Massachusetts, USA. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 149 (2). pp. 141-163.
Bell, T.H., Ham, A.P., Hayward, N., and Hickey, K.A. (2005) On the development of gneiss domes. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 52 (2). pp. 183-204.
Yeh, M.-W., and Bell, T.H. (2004) Significance of dextral reactivation of an E-W transfer fault in the formation of the Pennsylvania orocline, central Appalachians. Tectonics, 23 (5009). pp. 1-17.
Bell, Tim H., and Kim, Hyeong Soo (2004) Preservation of Acadian deformation and metamorphism through intense Alleghanian shearing. Journal of Structural Geology, 26 (9). pp. 1591-1613.
Bell, T.H., Ham, A.P., and Kim, H.S. (2004) Partitioning of deformation along an orogen and its effects on porphyroblast growth during orogenesis. Journal of Structural Geology, 26 (5). pp. 825-845.
Ham, A.P., and Bell, T.H. (2004) Recycling of foliatons during folding. Journal of Structural Geology, 26 (11). pp. 1989-2009.
Bell, T. H., Ham, A.P., and Hickey, K.A. (2003) Early formed regional antiforms and synforms that fold younger matrix schistosities: their effect on sites of mineral growth. Tectonophysics, 367 (3-4). pp. 253-278.
Bell, T.H., and Welch, P.W. (2002) Prolonged Acadian orogenesis: revelations from foliation intersection axis (FIA) controlled monazite dating of foliations in porphyroblasts and matrix. American Journal of Science, 302 (7). pp. 549-581.
Bell, T.H., and Chen, A. (2002) The development of spiral-shaped inclusion trails during multiple metamorphism and folding. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 20 (4). pp. 397-412.
Hickey, K.A., and Bell, T.H. (2001) Resolving complexities associated with the timing of macroscopic folds in multiply deformed terrains: The Spring Hill synform, Vermont. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 113 (10). pp. 1282-1298.
Perkins, W.G., and Bell, T.H. (1998) Stratiform replacement lead-zinc deposits: a comparison between Mount Isa, Hilton, and McArthur River. Economic Geology, 93 (8). pp. 1190-1212.