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Key papers in the development and debate of alternative hypotheses

Anderson, D.L., Phase changes in the upper mantle, Science, 157, 1165-1166 & 1171-1173, 1967.

Anderson, D.L., Y-S. Zhang, and T. Tanimoto, Plume heads, continental lithosphere, flood basalts and tomography, in Magmatism and the causes of continental break-up, edited by B.C. Storey, T. Alabaster, and  R.J. Pankhurst, pp. 99-124, Geological Society Special Publication, 1992.

Anderson, D.L., Komatiites and picrites: evidence that the 'plume' source is depleted, Earth planet. Sci. Lett., 128, 303-311, 1994.

Anderson, D.L., The sublithospheric mantle as the source of continental flood basalts; the case against continental lithosphere and plume head reservoirs, Earth planet. Sci. Lett., 123, 269-280, 1994.

Anderson, D.L., Lithosphere and flood basalts, Nature, 367, 226, 1994.

Anderson, D.L., Superplumes or supercontinents, Geology, 22, 39-42, 1994.

Anderson, D.L., Lithosphere, asthenosphere and perisphere, Rev. Geophys., 33, 125-149, 1995.

Anderson, D.L., Enriched asthenosphere and depleted plumes, Int. Geol. Rev., 38, 1-21, 1996.

Anderson, D.L., The EDGES of the mantle, in The core-mantle boundary region, edited by M.E. Gurnis, E.K. Wysession, and  B.A. Buffett, pp. 255-271, AGU, Washington, D. C., 1998.

Anderson, D.L., The helium paradoxes, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 95, 4822-4827, 1998.

Anderson, D.L., A model to explain the various paradoxes associated with mantle noble gas geochemistry, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 95, 9087-9092, 1998.

Anderson, D.L., The statistics and distribution of helium in the mantle, Int. Geol. Rev., 42, 289-311, 2000.

Anderson, D.L., The statistics of helium isotopes along the global spreading ridge system and the Central Limit Theorem, Geophys. Res. Lett., 27, 2401-2404, 2000.

Anderson, D.L., The thermal state of the upper mantle; No role for mantle plumes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 27, 3623-3626, 2000.

Anderson, D.L., A statistical test of the two reservoir model for helium, Earth planet. Sci. Lett., 193, 77-82, 2001.

Anderson, D.L., Top-down tectonics?, Science, 293, 2016-2018, 2001.

Anderson, D. L., The case for irreversible stratification of the mantle, Int. Geol. Rev., 44, 97-116, 2002.

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Christiansen, R.L., G.R. Foulger, and J.R. Evans, Upper mantle origin of the Yellowstone hotspot, Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., 114, 1245-1256, 2002.

Clague, D.A., and G.B. Dalrymple, The Hawaiian-Emperor volcanic chain, in Volcanism in Hawaii, edited by R.W. Decker, T.L. Wright, and P.H. Stauffer, pp. 5-54, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987.

Clouard, V., and A. Bonneville, How many Pacific hotspots are fed by deep-mantle plumes?, Geology, 29, 695-698, 2001.

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Foulger, G.R., J.H. Natland and D.L. Anderson, A source for Icelandic magmas in remelted Iapetus crust, J. Volc. Geotherm. Res., 141, 23-44, 2005

 

Foulger, G.R., Plumes, or plate tectonic processes?, Astron. Geophys., 43, 6.19-6.23, 2002.

Foulger, G.R., Z. Du, and B.R. Julian, Icelandic type crust, Geophys. J. Int., 155, 567-590, 2003.

Foulger, G.R., and D.G. Pearson, Is Iceland underlain by a plume in the lower mantle? Seismology and helium isotopes, Geophys. J. Int., 145, F1-F5, 2001.

Foulger, G.R., M.J. Pritchard, B.R. Julian, J.R. Evans, R.M. Allen, G. Nolet, W.J. Morgan, B.H. Bergsson, P. Erlendsson, S. Jakobsdottir, S. Ragnarsson, R. Stefansson, and K. Vogfjord, The seismic anomaly beneath Iceland extends down to the mantle transition zone and no deeper, Geophys. J. Int., 142, F1-F5, 2000.

Foulger, G.R., M.J. Pritchard, B.R. Julian, J.R. Evans, R.M. Allen, G. Nolet, W.J. Morgan, B.H. Bergsson, P. Erlendsson, S. Jakobsdottir, S. Ragnarsson, R. Stefansson, and K. Vogfjord, Seismic tomography shows that upwelling beneath Iceland is confined to the upper mantle, Geophys. J. Int., 146, 504-530, 2001.

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Green, D.H., T.J. Falloon, S.M. Eggins, and G.M. Yaxley, Primary magmas and mantle temperatures, Eur. J. Min, 13, 437-451, 2001.

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Gurnis, M., Stirring and mixing in the mantle by plate-scale flow: large persistent blobs and long tendrils coexist, Geophys. Res. Lett., 91, 11,407-11,419, 1986.

Gurnis, M., and G.F. Davies, The effect of depth-dependent viscosity on convective mixing in the mantle and the possible survival of primitive mantle, Geophys. Res. Lett., 13, 541-544, 1986.

Gurnis, M., and G.F. Davies, Mixing in numerical models of mantle convection incorporating plate kinematics, J. geophys. Res., 91, 6375-6395, 1986.

Hamilton, W., The Closed Upper-Mantle Circulation of Plate Tectonics, in Plate Boundary Zones, edited by S. Stein, and  J.T. Freymueller, DOI: 10/1029/030GD21, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 2002.

Hamilton, W.B., An Alternative Earth, GSA Today, 13, 4-12, 2003.

Hamilton, W. B., Plumeless Venus preserves an ancient impact-accretionary surface, in Plates, Plumes, and Paradigms, edited by G. R. Foulger, J.H. Natland, D.C. Presnall and D.L. Anderson, pp. 781-814, Geological Society of America, 2005.

Hieronymus, C. F. & Bercovici, D. Discrete alternating hotspot islands formed by interaction of magma transport and lithospheric flexure. Nature 397, 604-607, 1999.

Hieronymus, C. F. & Bercovici, D. Non-hotspot formation of volcanic chains: control of tectonic and flexural stresses on magma transport. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 181, 539-554, 2000.

Humphreys, E.D., K.G. Dueker, D.L. Schutt, and R.B. Smith, Beneath Yellowstone; evaluating plume and nonplume models using teleseismic images of the upper mantle, GSA Today, 10, 1-7, 2000.

Iyer, H.M., J.R. Evans, G. Zandt, R.M. Stewart, J.M. Coakley, and J.N. Roloff, A deep low-velocity body under the Yellowstone caldera, Wyoming: Delineation using teleseismic P-wave residuals and tectonic interpretation: Summary, Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., 92, 792-798, 1981.

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McNutt, M.K., Superswells, Rev. Geophys., 36, 311-344, 1998.

McNutt, M.K., and K.M. Fischer, The south Pacific superswell, in Seamounts, Islands, and Atolls, edited by B.H. Keating, P. Fryer, R. Batiza, and  G. Boehlert, pp. 25-34, AGU, Washington, D.C., 1987.

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