BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CAMP  -- General Models, Tectonics, and Mass Extinction References

General Models, Tectonics, and Mass Extinction References (describing CAMP or discussing models that might be applied to CAMP)

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Anderson, D.L., 1998, The EDGES of the mantle: in The Core-Mantle Boundary Region, Geodynamics Series 28, American Geophysical Union, p.255-271.

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Anderson, D.L., 1994, The sublithospheric mantle as the source of continental flood basalts: the case against the continental lithosphere and plume head reservoirs: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 123:269-280.

Anderson, D.L., Zhang, Y-S., and Tanimoto, T., 1992, Plume heads, continental lithosphere, flood basalts and tomography, in Storey, B.C., Alabaster,T., and Pankhurst, R.J., eds., Magmatism and the Causes of Continental Break-up: Geological Society of London, Special Publication 68, p. 99-124.

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Campbell, I.H. and Griffiths, R.W., 1990, Implications of mantle plume structure for the evolution of flood basalts:  Earth and PlanetaryScience Letters, v. 99, p. 79-93.

Campbell, I.H., Czamanske, G.K., Fedorenko, V.A., Hill, R.I., and Stepanov, V., 1992, Synchronism of the Siberian traps and the Permian-Triassic boundary: Science, v. 258, p. 1760-1763.

Cashman, K., Pinkerton, H. and Stephenson, J., 1998, Introduction to special section: Long Lava Flows: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 103, p. 27,281-27,289.

Coffin, M.F., and Eldholm, O., 1994, Large igneous provinces: crustal structure, dimensions, and external consequences: Reviews of Geophysics, v. 32, p. 1-36.

Coffin, M.F., and Eldholm, O., 1992, Volcanism and continental break-up: a global compilation of large igneous provinces: in Storey, B.C., Alabaster, T., and Pankhurst, R.J., (eds) Magmatism and the Causes of Continental Breakup, Geological Society Special Publication No. 78, p. 17-30.

Cordery, M.J., Davies, G.F., and Campbell, I.H., 1997, Genesis of flood basalts from ecologite-bearing mantle plumes: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 102, p. 20,179-20,197.

Courtillot, V., 1994, Mass extinctions in the last 300 million years:one impact and seven flood basalts: Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, v.43, p. 255-266.

Coutillot, V., Jaeger, J. -J., Yang, Z., Feraud, G., and Hofman, C., 1996, The influence of continental flood basalts on mass extinctions: Where do we stand? Geological Society of America, Special Paper 307, p. 513-525.

Courtillot, V., Jaupart, C., Manighetti, I., Tapponnier, P., and Besse, J., 1999, On causal links between flood basalts and continental breakup:  Earth and Planetary Sciences Letters, v. 166, p. 177-195.

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Cummins, L. D., J. D. Arthur, and P. C. Ragland. 1992. Classification and tectonic implications of Early Mesozoic magma types of the circum-Atlantic. In Puffer. J. H. and P. C. Ragland, eds., Eastern North American Mesozoic Magmatism. Geol. Soc. Am. Sp. Paper 268:119-136.

Czamanske, GK, Gurevitch AB, Fedorenko V, Simonov O., 1998. Demise of the Siberian plume: Paleogeographic and paleotectonic reconstruction from the prevolcanic and volcanic record, north-central Siberia:  International Geology Review 40: (2) 95-115

de Boer, J. Z., 1992, Stress configurations during and following emplacement of ENA basalts in the Northern Appalachians, in Puffer. J. H. and Ragland, P. C., eds., Eastern North American Mesozoic Magmatism: Geological Society of America Special Paper 268, p. 361-378.

Duncan, R.A., and Richards, M.A., 1991, Hotspots, mantle plumes, flood basalts, and true polar wandering: Reviews of Geophysics, v. 29, p. 31-50.

Dupuy, C. and Dostal, J., 1984, Trace element geochemistry of some continental tholeiites: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 67, p. 61-69.

Eldholm, O. and Thomas, E., 1993, Environmental impact of volcanic margin formation: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 117, p. 319-329.

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R.E. Ernst, K.L. Buchan and H.C Palmer, Giant dyke swarms: Characteristics, distribution and geotectonic applications, in: G. Baer, A. Heimann (Eds.), Physics and Chemistry of Dykes, 1995, pp. 3-21.

Erwin, D. H., 1998, The end and the beginning: Recoveries from mass extinctions: Trends in Ecology & Evolution, v. 13, p. 344-349.

Fialko, Y. A., Rubin, A. M., 1999, Thermal and mechanical aspects of magma emplacement in giant dike swarms:  J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 104, No. B10 , p. 23,033.

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Haggerty, B.M., 1996, Episodes of flood-basalt volcanism defined by 40Ar/39Ar age distributions: Correlation with mass extinctions? Journal of Undergraduate Sciences, v. 3, p. 155-164.

Hallam, A., 1990, The end-Triassic mass extinction event, in Sharpton, V. L., and Ward, P. D., eds., Global catastrophes in Earth history; an inter-disciplinary conference on impacts, volcanism, and mass mortality: Geological Society of America Special Paper 247, p. 577-583.

Hallam, A., 1996, Major bio-events in the Triassic and Jurassic, in Walliser, O. H., ed., Global events and event stratigraphy in the Phanerozoic: Berlin, Springer, p. 265-283.

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Chris Hawkesworth, Simon Kelley, Simon Turner, Anton Le Roex, Bryan Storey, Mantle processes during Gondwana break-up and dispersal, Journal of African Earth Sciences (28)1 (1999) pp. 239-261

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Hill, R.I., 1991. Starting plumes and continental break-up. Earth Plan. Sci. Lett. 104, 398-416.

Keszthelyi, L. and Self, S., 1998, Some physical requirements for the emplacement of long basaltic lava flows:  Journal of Geophysical Research,v. 103, p. 27,447-27,464.

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King, S.D. and Anderson, D.L., 1998, Edge-driven convection: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 160, p. 289-296.

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Marzoli, Andrea,  Renne, P.R., Piccirillo, E.M., Ernesto, M., Bellieni, G., and De Min, A., 1999,  Extensive 200 Million-Year-Old Continental Flood Basalts of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province: Science, v. 284, p. 616-618

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McHone, J. G., 1998, Comment on "Opening of the central Atlantic and asymmetric mantle upwelling phenomena: Implications for long-lived magmatism in western North Africa and Europe": Geology, v. 26, p. 282.

McHone, J.G., and  Puffer, J.H., 2001, Flood basalt provinces of the Pangaean Atlantic rift: Regional extent and environmental significance, in LeTourneau, P M and P E Olsen, eds., Advances in Triassic-Jurassic Rift Geoscience: Columbia University Press, NY, in press.

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Morgan, W.J., 1986, Flood basalts and mass extinctions: EOS, v. 67, p. 391.

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Olsen, Paul E.; Kent, Dennis V.; Fowell, Sarah J., 1997, Causal? association of the Triassic-Jurassic mass extinction and Pangean flood basalt; a matter of timing. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 78, no. 46, Suppl., p. 721.

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