Thermal State and Geochemical
Composition of the Mantle. What can we Infer from Igneous
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highly magnesian dike rocks of Vestfjella (W Dronning
Maud Land, Antarctica): implications for sublithospheric
mantle sources & the origin of the Karoo LIP
J.S. Heinonen & A.V.
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Transport in Melts, Minerals, Glasses, and Rocks:
Implications for Magma Genesis
A.M. Hofmeister, A.G. Whittington & P.I.
Greenland Glass in Picrite – Low-pressure Cotectic
Differentiates or Independent Compositions?
Greenland was hot – how else can you make 22,000
km3 of picrites?
L.M. Larsen & A.K.
Temperatures of the Paleogene Picrites of West
Greenland and Baffin Bay
olivine control arguments cannot be used to infer
high temperature at Samoa
No plumes along mid-ocean
on hotspot swells
Temperature Variations Along Spreading Centers
Dean C. Presnall
magmas at mid-ocean ridges, ‘hot-spots’
and other intraplate settings: constraints on mantle
David H. Green
Evidence for Moderate Mantle Temperature Anomalies Associated
with Hotspot Volcanism
Peter D. Clift
of the Earth and the Missing Heat Source Mystery
The Superswell and Darwin Rise: Thermal
Carol A. Stein & Seth
is heat flow not high at hotspots?
A. Stein & Seth Stein
last updated 31stMarch, 2012