Plates, Plumes, and Planetary Processes

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Gillian R. Foulger, Donna M. Jurdy
Geological Society of America, 2007 - 997 Seiten
Presents a collection of papers discussing various hypotheses and models of planetary plumes.
 

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The plate model for the genesis of melting anomalies
1
Origins of the plume hypothesis and some of its implications
29
Chemical geodynamics as a Galileo thermometer
47
Plate velocities in the hotspot reference frame
65
Implications of lowermantle structural heterogeneity for the existence and nature of wholemantle plumes
79
The structure of thermal plumes and geophysical observations
103
Seismic observations of transitionzone discontinuities beneath hotspot locations
121
Lowermantle material properties and convection models of multiscale plumes
137
A crustal view
507
A review of models for its formation
525
History observations models and puzzles
553
Implications of a transGondwana icosahedral fracture system
593
The origin of postPaleozoic magmatism in eastern Paraguay
603
Plume versus nonplume models
635
Evaluation of different models for the origin of the Siberian Traps
669
A hotspot in a collision zone without a mantle plume
693

Motivation and model development
165
Application to the geochemical segmentation of midocean ridges
189
The Hawaiian SWELL pilot experiment Evidence for lithosphere rejuvenation from ocean bottom surface wave data
209
Implications for the existence of thermally driven mantle plumes
235
Potential effects of hydrothermal circulation and magmatism on heatflow at hotspot swells
261
The Moho is as cold as adjoining cratons
275
Water chemical weathering and atmospheric argon
285
Application to argon ages related to hotspots
305
Divergence between paleomagnetic and hotspotmodelpredicted polar wander for the Pacific plate with implications for hotspot fixity
335
Global kinematics in deep versus shallow hotspot reference frames
359
A nonthermal approach
375
The OIB paradox
387
ΔNb and the role of magma mixing at the East Pacific Rise and Iceland
413
Speculations on Cretaceous tectonic history of the northwest Pacific and a tectonic origin for the Hawaii hotspot
451
A plate model for Jurassic to Recent intraplate volcanism in the Pacific Ocean basin
471
Propagation of the HawaiianEmperor volcano chain by Pacific plate cooling stress
497
Phantom plumes in Europe and the circumMediterranean region
723
The north Atlantic province as a case study
747
KT magmatism and basin tectonism in western Rajasthan India results from extensional tectonics and not from Réunion plume activity
775
Absence of evidence evidence of absence
785
Nd and Sr isotope systematics and geochemistry of a plumerelated Early Cretaceous alkalinemaficultramafic igneous complex from Jasra Shillong pla...
815
The Paleoproterozoic Dongargarh Group central India
831
Evidence for crustal growth by magmatic underplating or intraplating
841
Impact plume or other origin?
859
An alternative Venus
879
Interaction between local magma ocean evolution and mantle dynamics on Mars
913
Overview history and recommendations
933
Graphic solutions to problems of plumacy
945
Plumacy reprise
955
Index
975
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Seite 21 - Fitton, JG, 1987, The Cameroon line, West Africa: A comparison between oceanic and continental alkaline volcanism, in Fitton, JG, and Upton. BGJ, eds., Alkaline igneous rocks: London, Geological Society of London Special Publication 30, p.

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