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Papers & books relevant to the debate regarding the origin of hot spots, published in 2005
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Green, H.W., Psychology of a Changing Paradigm: 40+ Years of High-Pressure Metamorphism, International Geology Review, 47, 439–456, 2005.

Lei. Jianshe & D. Zhao, P-wave tomography and origin of the Changbai intraplate volcano in Northeast Asia, Tectonophysics, 397, 281– 295, 2005.

Bourgeois, O., O. Dauteuil and E. Hallot, Rifting above a mantle plume: structure and development of the Iceland Plateau, Geodinamica Acta, 18, 1–22, 2005.

Plank, T., Constraints from Thorium/Lanthanum on Sediment Recycling at Subduction Zones and the Evolution of the Continents, J. Pet., 46, 921-944, 2005

Kumar, P.S., An alternative kinematic interpretation of Thetis Boundary Shear Zone, Venus: Evidence for strike-slip ductile duplexes, J. Geophys. Res., 110, E07001, doi:10.1029/2004JE002387, 2005.

Kumar, P.S., Structural effects of meteorite impact on basalt: Evidence from Lonar crater, India, J. Geophys. Res., 110, B12402, doi:10.1029/2005JB003662, 2005.

Mesozoic to Cenozoic Alkaline Magmatism in the Brazilian Platform

Edusp/Fapesp, Sao Paulo, 2005, 736 pp. 500 illustrations
P. Comin-Chiaramonti
C. de Barros Gomes

Prakasa Rao, G.S. and H. C. Tewari, The seismic structure of the Saurashtra crust in northwest India and its relationship with the Reunion Plume, Geophys. J. Int., 160, 318–330, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2004.02448.x, 2005

Nishio, Y., S. Nakai, T. Kogiso & H.G. Barsczus, Lithium, strontium, and neodymium isotopic compositions of oceanic island basalts in the Polynesian region: constraints on a Polynesian HIMU origin, Geochemical Journal, 39, 91-103, 2005.

Geoffroy, L., Volcanic Passive margins, C. R. Geoscience, 337, 1395-1408, 2005.

Reidel, S.P., A Lava Flow without a Source: The Cohassett Flow and Its Compositional Components, Sentinel Bluffs Member, Columbia River Basalt Group, J. Geology, 113, 1-21, 2005.

Campbell, I.H., Large Igneous Provinces and the mantle plume hypothesis, Elements, 1, 265-269, 2006.

Macpherson,C.G., D.R. Hilton, D.F. Mertz, T.J. Dunai, Sources, degassing, and contamination of CO2, H2O, He, Ne, and Ar in basaltic glasses from Kolbeinsey Ridge, North Atlantic, Geochim. et Cosmochim. Acta, 69, 5729-5746, 2005.

Manglik, A. and U. R. Christensen, Effect of lithospheric root on decompression melting in plume-lithosphere interaction models, Geophys. J. Int., 164, 259-270, 2005.

Albarede, F., Helium Feels the Heat in Earth's Mantle, Science, 310, 1777-1778, 2005.

Seghedi, I., H. Downes, S. Harangi, P.R.D. Mason and Z. Pecskay, Geochemical response of magmas to Neogene-Quaternary continental collision in the Carpathian-Pannonian region: A review, Tectonophysics, 410, 485-499, 2005. and other papers on the Carpathians in this volume.

Parman, S.W., M.D. Kurz, S.R. Hart & T.L. Grove, Helium solubility in olivine and implications for high 3He/4He in ocean island basalts, Nature, 437, 1140-1143, 2005.

Aldanmaz, E., N. Köprübasi, Ö.F. Gürera, N. Kaymakçi and A. Gourgaud, Geochemical constraints on the Cenozoic, OIB-type alkaline volcanic rocks of NW Turkey: Implications for mantle sources and melting processes, Lithos, 86, 50-76, 2005.

Hales, T.C., D. L. Abt, E. D. Humphreys and J. J. Roering, Lithospheric instability origin for Columbia River flood basalts and Wallowa Mountains uplift in northeast Oregon, Nature, 438, 842-8452005.

Hopp, J. and M. Trieloff, Refining the noble gas record of the Reunion mantle plume source: Implications on mantle geochemistry, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 240, 573-588, 2005.

Gautheron, C., P. Cartigny, M. Moreira, Jeff.W. Harris and C.J. Allegre, Evidence for a mantle component shown by rare gases, C and N isotopes in polycrystalline diamonds from Orapa (Botswana), Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 240, 559-572, 2005.

Hofmeister, A.M. & R.E. Criss, Reply to comments by R. Von Herzen, E.E. Davis, A.T. Fisher, C.A. Stein and H.N. Pollack on “Earth's heat flux revised and linked to chemistry”, Tectonophysics, 409, 199-203, 2005.

Meyzen, C.M., J.N. Ludden, E. Humler, R. Luais, M.J. Toplis, C. Mevel & M. Storey, New insights into the origin and distribution of the DUPAL isotope anomaly in the Indian Ocean mantle from MORB of the Southwest Indian Ridge, Geochemistry, Geophysics Geosystems, 6, No. 11, doi:10.1029/2005GC000979, 10 November 2005.

Chazot, G., S. Charpentier, J. Kornprobst, R. Vannucci & B. Luais, Lithospheric Mantle Evolution during Continental Break-Up: The West Iberia Non-Volcanic Passive Margin, J. Pet., 46, 2527-2568, 2005.

Bonadiman, C., L. Beccaluva, M. Coltorti & F. Siena, Kimberlite-like Metasomatism and 'Garnet Signature' in Spinel-peridotite Xenoliths from Sal, Cape Verde Archipelago: Relics of a Subcontinental Mantle Domain within the Atlantic Oceanic Lithosphere? J. Pet., 46, 2465-2493, 2005.

Janney, P.E., A.P. Le Roex & R.W. Carlson, Hafnium Isotope and Trace Element Constraints on the Nature of Mantle Heterogeneity beneath the Central Southwest Indian Ridge (13°E to 47°E), J. Pet., 46, 2427-2464, 2005.

Yoshida, M. and M. Ogawa, Plume heat flow in a numerical model of mantle convection with moving plates, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 239, 276-285, 2005.

Davaille, A., E. Stutzmann, G. Silveira, J. Besse and V. Courtillot, Convective patterns under the Indo-Atlantic « box », Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 239, 276-285, 2005.

Elkins-Tanton, L.T. and B.H. Hager, Giant meteoroid impacts can cause volcanism, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 239, 219-232, 2005.

Tan, E. & M. Gurnis, Metastable superplumes and mantle compressibility, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L20307, doi:10.1029/2005GL024190, 2005

van Wijk, J.W. and D.K. Blackman, Deformation of oceanic lithosphere near slow-spreading ridge discontinuities, Tectonophysics, 407, 211-225, 2005.

Smith, A.D., Critical evaluation of Re–Os and Pt–Os isotopic evidence on the origin of intraplate volcanism, J. Geodynamics, 36, 469–484, 2003.

Boyet, M. & R.W. Carlson, 142Nd Evidence for Early (94.53 Ga) Global Differentiation of the Silicate Earth, Science, 309, 576-581, 2005. [Simplified version for non-geochemists: Wilson, M., "Radioisotope tracers reveal extensive melting in Earth's distant past", Physics Today, 58,19 -21, 2005]

Castro, M.C., D. Patriarche & P. Goblet, 2-D numerical simulations of groundwater flow, heat transfer and 4He transport — implications for the He terrestrial budget and the mantle helium–heat imbalance, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 237, 893– 910, 2005.

Anderson, D.L., Large igneous provinces, delamination, and fertile mantle, Elements, 1, 271-275, 2005

Schwarz, W.H , M. Trieloff and R. Altherr, Subduction of solar-type noble gases from extraterrestrial dust: constraints from high-pressure low-temperature metamorphic deep-sea sediments, Cont. Min. Pet., 149, 6, 675 - 684, 2005.

Adam, C. & A. Bonneville, Extent of the South Pacific Superswell, J. Geophys. Res., 110, No. B9, B09408.

Plio-Quaternary Volcanism in Italy
Petrology, Geochemistry, Geodynamics

Springer, 2005, XIV, 365 p. 145 illus., Hardcover, ISBN: 3-540-25885-X
Angelo Peccerillo

for book review, click here

Class, C. and S.L. Goldstein, Evolution of helium isotopes in the Earth's mantle, Nature, 436, 1107-1112, 2005.

Lustrino, M., How the delamination and detachment of lower crust can influence basaltic magmatism, Earth Science Reviews, 72, 21-38, 2005.

Jourdan, F.,  G. Féraud, H. Bertrand, A.B. Kampunzu, G. Tshoso, M.K. Watkeys and  B. Le Gall, Karoo large igneous province: Brevity, origin, and relation to mass extinction questioned by new 40Ar/39Ar age data, Geology, 33, 745-748, 2005.

Kumar, M.R. and G. Mohan, Mantle discontinuities beneath the Deccan volcanic province, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 237, 252-263, 2005.

Jarvis, G.T. and J.P. Lowman, Sining slabs below fossil subduction zones, Phys. Earth Planet. Int., 152, 103-115, 2005.

Day, J.M.D., D.R. Hilton, D.G. Pearson, C.G. Macpherson, B.A. Kjarsgaard & P.E. Janney, Absence of a high time-integrated 3He/(U+Th) source in the mantle beneath continents, Geology, 33, 733-736, 2005.

Hagstrum, J.T., Antipodal hotspots and bipolar catastrophes: Were oceanic large-body impacts the cause? Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 236, 13-27, 2005

Ren, Z.-Y., S. Ingle, E. Takahashi, N. Hirano & T. Hirata, The chemical structure of the Hawaiian mantle plume, Nature, 436, 837-840, 2005.

Rychert, C.A., K.M. Fischer and S. Rondenay, A sharp lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary imaged beneath eastern North Americ, Nature, 436, 542-545, 2005.

Mashima, H. Partial melting controls on the northwest Kyushu basalts from Saga-Futagoyama, Isl. Arc, 14, 165-177, 2005

Rudge, J.F., D. McKenzie and P.H. Haynes, A theoretical approach to understanding the isotopic heterogeneity of mid-ocean ridge basal, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 69, 3873-3887, 2005.

Beutel, E.K., S. Nomade, A.K. Fronabarger, P.R. Renne, Pangea's complex breakup: A new rapidly changing stress field model, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 236,471-485, 2005.

Pilet, S., J. Hernandez, P. Sylvester and M. Poujol, The metasomatic alternative for ocean island basalt chemical heterogeneity, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 236,148-166, 2005.

Govers, R. and M.J.R. Wortel, Lithosphere tearing at STEP faults: Response to edges of subduction zones, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 236, 505– 523, 2005.

Kumar, P., R. Kind, W. Hanka, K. Wylegalla, Ch. Reigber, X. Yuan, I. Woelbern, P. Schwintzer, K. Fleming, T. Dahl-Jensen, T.B. Larsen, J. Schweitzer, K. Priestley, O. Gudmundsson, D. Wolf, The lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary in the North-West Atlantic region, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 236, 249-257, 2005.

Lin, J.-F., V. V. Struzhkin, S.D. Jacobsen, M. Y. Hu, P.Chow, J. Kung, H. Liu, H.-K. Mao and R.J. Hemley, Spin transition of iron in magnesiowstite in the Earth’s lower mantle, Nature, 436, 377-380, 2005.

Stracke, A., A.W. Hofmann and S.R. Hart, FOZO, HIMU, and the rest of the mantle zoo, Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., 6, doi:10.1029/2004GC000824, 2005

Gudfinnsson, G. and D.C. Presnall, Continuous Gradations among Primary Carbonatitic, Kimberlitic, Melilititic, Basaltic, Picritic, and Komatiitic Melts in Equilibrium with Garnet Lherzolite at 3-8 GPa, J. Petrology, 46, 1645-1659, 2005

Hirose, K. and Y. Fujita, Clapeyron slope of the post-perovskite phase transition in CaIrO3, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L13313, 2005.

Haxel, J. H. and R. P. Dziak, Evidence of explosive seafloor volcanic activity from the Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic Ocean, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L13609, doi:10.1029/2005GL023205, 2005

Scoppola, B., D. Boccaletti, M. Bevis, E. Carminati and C. Doglioni, The Westward Drift of the Lithosphere: A rotational drag?, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., in press, 2005.

Sallares, V., P. Charvis, E.R. Flueh, J. Bialas and the SALIERIS Scientific Party, Seismic structure of the Carnegie ridge and the nature of the Galápagos hotspot, Geophys. J. Int., 161, 763, 2005.

Tanaka, R. and E. Nakamura, Boron isotopic constraints on the source of Hawaiian shield lavas, Geochim. et Cosmochim. Acta, 69, 3385-3399, 2005.

Huang, S. and F.A. Frey, Recycled oceanic crust in the Hawaiian Plume: evidence from temporal geochemical variations within the Koolau Shield, Cont. Min. Pet., 149, 556-575, 2005.

Chambersa, K., J.H. Woodhouse and A. Deuss, Topography of the 410-km discontinuity from PP and SS precursors, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett, 235, 610-622, 2005.

Doglioni, C., E. Carminati and M. Cuffaro, Simple kinematics of subduction zones, Int. Geol. Rev., 48, 479-493, 2006.

Johnson, J.S., S.A. Gibson, R.N. Thompson and G.M. Nowell, Volcanism in the Vitim Volcanic Field, Siberia: Geochemical Evidence for a Mantle Plume Beneath the Baikal Rift Zone, J. Pet., 46, 1309-1344, 2005.

Lustrino, M., Pyroxenites everywhere. Comment on “High-pressure melting experiments on garnet clinopyroxenite and the alkalic to tholeiitic transition in ocean-island basalts” by Keshav et al. [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 223 (2004) 365-379, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., submitted, 2005.

Korenaga, J., Why did not the Ontong Java Plateau form subaerially?, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 234, 385-399, 2005

Escrig, S., R. Doucelance, M. Moreira and C.J. Allegre, Os isotope systematics in Fogo Island: Evidence for lower continental crust fragments under the Cape Verde Southern Islands, Chemical Geology, 219, 93-113, 2005.

Duggen, S., K. Hoernle, P. van den Bogaard and D. Garbe-Shonberg, Post-Collisional Transition from Subduction- to Intraplate-type Magmatism in the Westernmost Mediterranean: Evidence for Continental-Edge Delamination of Subcontinental Lithosphere, J. Petrology, 46, 1155-1201, 2005.

Huang, J. and S. Zhong, Sublithospheric small-scale convection and its implications for the residual topography at old ocean basins and the plate model, J. Geophys. Res., 110, B05404, doi:10.1029/2004JB003153, 2005.

Gibert, B., F.R. Schilling, K. Gratz and A. Tommasi, Thermal diffusivity of olivine single crystals and a dunite at high temperature: Evidence for heat transfer by radiation in the upper mantle, PEPI, 151, 129-141, 2005.

Ray, J.S., S.K. Pattanayak and Kanchan Pande, Rapid emplacement of the Kerguelen plume-related Sylhet Traps, eastern India: Evidence from 40Ar-39Ar geochronology, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L10303, 2005.

Roberge, J., P.J. Wallace, R.V. White and M.F. Coffin, Anomalous uplift and subsidence of the Ontong Java Plateau inferred from CO2 contents of submarine basaltic glasses, Geology, 33, 501-504, 2005

Tuff, J., E. Takahashi, E. and S.A. Gibson, Experimental constraints on the role of garnet pyroxenite in the genesis of high-Fe mantle plume derived melts, J. Pet. Advance Access, doi:10.1093/petrology/egi046, 2005.

Niu, Y., Generation and evolution of basaltic magmas: Some basic concepts and a new view on the origin of Mesozoic-Cenozoic basaltic volcanism in eastern China, Geol. J. China Univ., 11, 9 – 46, 2005.

Faul, U.H. and I. Jackson, The seismological signature of temperature and grain size variations in the upper mantle, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 234, 119-134, 2005.

Liu, Y., S. Gao, C.T.A. Lee, S. Hu, X. Liu, H. YuanMelt-peridotite interactions: Links between garnet pyroxenite and high-Mg# signature of continental crust, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 234, 39-57, 2005.

Ivanov, A.V., S. V. Rasskazov, G. D. Feoktistov, H. He and A. Boven, 40Ar/39Ar dating of Usol’skii sill in the south-eastern Siberian Traps Large Igneous Province: evidence for long-lived magmatism, Terra Nova, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3121.2004.00588.x, in press

Burov, E. and L. Guillou-Frottier, The plume head-continental lithosphere interaction using a tectonically realistic formulation for the lithosphere, Geophysical Journal International, 161, 469-490, 2005

Cheadle, M.J., M.T. Elliott and D. McKenzie, Percolation thereshold and permeabiltity of crystallizing igenous rocks: The importanceof textural equilibrium, Geology, 32, 757-760, 2004.

Hernlund, J.W., C. Thomas and P.J. Tackley, A doubling of the post-perovskite phase boundary and structure of the Earth's lowermost mantle, Nature 434, 882-886, 2005; doi:10.1038/nature03472

Brandon, A.D. and R. J. Walker, The debate over core–mantle interaction, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 232, 211-225, 2005.

Farnetani, C. G. and Samuel, H., Beyond the thermal plume paradigm, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, No. 7, L07311, doi:10.1029/2005GL022360, 2005.

Phillips, B.R. and H.-P. Bunge, Heterogeneity and time dependence in 3D spherical mantle convection models with continental drift , Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 233, 121-135, 2005.

Toa, A., B. Romanowicza, Y. Capdevilleb and N. Takeuchic, 3D effects of sharp boundaries at the borders of the African and Pacific Superplumes: Observation and modeling, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 233, 137-153, 2005.

Lustrino, M., How the delamination and detachment of lower crust can influence basaltic magmatism, Earth Science Reviews, in press 2005.

Huang, X. Y. Xu and S.-. Karato, Water content in the transition zone from electrical conductivity of wadsleyite and ringwoodit, Nature, 434, 746 - 749, 2005.

Sheth, H. C., 2005b. Were the Deccan flood basalts derived in part from ancient oceanic crust within the Indian continental lithosphere?. Gond. Res., 8, 109-127.

Sobolev, A.V., A. W. Hofmann, S. V. Sobolev & I. K. Nikogosian, An olivine-free mantle source of Hawaiian shield basalts, Nature, 434, 590 - 597, 2005; doi:10.1038/nature03411.

Carlson, Richard W., Pearson, D. Graham & James, David E. Physical, chemical, and chronological characteristics of continental mantle, Rev. Geophys., 43, RG1001, doi:10.1029/2004RG000156, 2005.

Korenaga J., Firm mantle plumes and the nature of the core-mantle boundary region, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 232, 29-37, 2005.

Kurz, M.D., M. Moreira, J. Curtice, D.E. Lott, J.J. Mahoney & J.M. Sinton, Correlated helium, neon, and melt production on the super-fast spreading East Pacific Rise near 17°S, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 232, 125-142, 2005.

Burnard, P. and D. Harrison, Argon isotope constraints on modification of oxygen isotopes in Iceland Basalts by surficial processes, Chemical Geology, 216, 143-156, 2005.

Ligi, M., E. Bonatti, A. Cipriani & L. Ottolini, Water-rich basalts at mid-ocean-ridge cold spots, Nature, 434, 66 - 69, 2005.

Rankenburg, K., J.C. Lassiter & G. Brey, The role of continental crust and lithospheric mantle in the genesis of Cameroon Volcanic Line lavas: Constraints from isotopic variations in lavas and megacrysts from the Biu and Jos Plateaux, J. Pet., 46, 169-190, 2005.

Yamamoto, J. & P.G. Burnard, Solubility controlled noble gas fractionation during magmatic degassing: Implications for noble gas compositions of primary melts of OIB and MORB, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69, 727-73, 2005.

Koppers, A.A.P. & H. Staudigel, Asynchronous Bends in Pacific Seamount Trails: A Case for Extensional Volcanism?, Science, 307, 904-907, 2005.

Irving, E., The role of latitude in mobilism debates, PNAS, 102, 1821-1828, 2005. (Ted Irving biography)

Magmatism in India through Time

Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.) special issue

Edited by Hetu C Sheth & Kanchan Pande

Koppers, A.P. & H. Staudigel, Asynchronous Bends in Pacific Seamount Trails: A Case for Extensional Volcanism? Science, 307, 904-907, 2005

Foulger, G.R. and D.L. Anderson, A cool model for the Iceland hotspot, J. Volc. Geotherm. Res., 141, 1-22, 2005.

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.

Origin and Evolution of the Ontong Java Plateau

Geological Society, London, Special Publication 229

Edited by J. G. Fitton, J. J. Mahoney, P. J. Wallace and A. D. Saunders

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