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Chris Kincaid's reading list:
|Hall, P., Kincaid, C., 2003. Melting, dehydration, and the dynamics of off-axis plume-ridge interaction, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Vol. 4, Number 9|
|Olson, P., Hot spots, swells and mantle plumes, Magma Transport and Storage, edited by M. P. Ryan, pp. 33-51, John Wiley, New York, 1990.|
|Kincaid, B., Sparks, D., Detrick, R., 1996. The relative importance of plate-driven and buoyancy-driven flow at mid-ocean ridges, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 101, No. B7, 16177-16193|
|Hall, P., Kincaid, C., 2003. Melting, dehydration, and the dynamics of off-axis plume-ridge interaction, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI|
Henry Dick's reading list:
|Dick, H. J. B., Lin, J., and Schouten, H., 2003, An ultraslow-spreading class of ocean ridge Nature
v. 426, p. 405-412
|Apotria, T. G., and Gray, N. H., 1985, Absolute motion and evolution of the Bouvet triple junction: Nature, v. 316, p. 623-625.|
|le Roex, A. P., Dick, H. J. B., and Watkins, R. T., 1992, Petrogenesis of anomalous K-enriched MORB from the Southwest Indian Ridge: 11?53'E to 14?38'E: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 110, p. 253-268.|
Georgen, J. E., Kurz, M. D., Dick, H. J. B., and Lin, J., 2002, Low 3He/4He ratios in basalt glasses from the western Southwest Indian Ridge (10°-24°E): Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 206, p. 509-528.
Sclater, J. G., Bowin, C., Hey, R., Hoskins, H., Peirce, J., Phillips, J., and Tapscott, C., 1976, The Bouvet Triple Junction: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 81, p. 1857-1869.
le Roex, A. P., Dick, H. J. B., Reid, A. M., and Erlank, A. J., 1986, Geochemical evolution of the southern ocean lithosphere in the vicinity of the Bouvet Triple Junction: Extended abstract, Geocongress 86, Johannesburg, p. 739-742.
Seth Stein's reading list:
|Stein, S., and C. Stein, Sea-Floor Depth and the Lake Wobegone Effect, Science, 275, 1613-1614, 1997|
|Stein, C. and S. Stein, Mantle plumes: heat flow near Iceland, Astronomy and Geophysics, 44, 8-10, 2003.|
|Stein, C. and S. Stein, A model for the global variation in oceanic depth and heat flow with lithospheric age, Nature, 359, 123-128, 1992.|
Stein, C. and S. Stein, Constraints on Pacific midplate swells from global depth-age and heat flow-age models, in Pringle, M., W. Sager, W. Sliter, and S. Stein (eds), The Mesozoic Pacific, Geophysical Monograph 76, 53-76, American Geophysical Union, 1993.
|DeLaughter, J., S. Stein, and C. Stein, Extraction of the lithospheric aging signal from satellite geoid data, Earth. Planet Sci. Lett.,174, 173-181, 1999.|
Dean Presnall's reading list:
|Presnall, D., Gudfinnsson, G., Walter, M., Generation of mid-ocean ridge basalts at pressures from 1 to 7 GPa, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Vol. 66, No. 12, pp. 2073-2090, 2002|
James Natland's reading list:
|Natland, J. H., What's going on at Iceland?, RSMAS/MGG University of Miami, FL 33149|
|Natland J., If not plumes...what else?, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami|
|Natland, J.H., University of Miami and Winterer, E.L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography,
What Really Happened in the Pacific?
|Natland J.H., The Samoan Chain: A Shallow Lithospheric Fracture System, Rosenstiel School of
Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami
Shun-Ichiro Karato's reading list:
|Bercovici, D., Karato, S., Whole-mantle convection and transition-zone water filter, Nature, Vol. 425, 4 September 2003, pp 39-44.|
Don Anderson's reading list:
|Meibom, A. and Anderson, D. L., 2003. The Statistical Upper Mantle Assemblage, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 217, 123-139|
|Anderson, D.L., 2001. Topside Tectonics, Tectonics? Science, 293, p. 2016-2018|
|Anderson, D.L., Plate tectonics as a far-from-equilibrium self-organized system, AGU Monograph:Plate Boundary Zones, Geodynamics Series 30, April 9, 2001|
Anderson, D.L., 2002. The Case for the Irreversible Chemical Stratification of the Mantle, International Geology Review,44, p. 97-16.
Anderson, Don L., Terrestrial Heat Flow and The Thermal History of the Earth, Ann. Reviews, in preparation
Richard Allen's reading list:
|Allen, R. M., Nolet, G., Morgan, J.W., et al., Plume-driven plumbing and crustal formation in Iceland, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 107, No. B8, 10.1029/2001JB000584, 2002|
|Allen, R. M., Nolet, G., Morgan, J.W., et al., Imaging the mantle beneath Iceland using integrated seismological techniques, Journal of Geophysical Research,Vol. 107, No. B12, 2325, doi:10.1029/2001JB000595,2002|
Don Forsyth's reading list:
|Sandwell, D., Fialko, Y.,Warping and Cracking of the Pacific Plate by Thermal Contraction, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research, March 16, 2004|
Janney, P.E., J.D. Macdougall, J.H. Natland, and M.A. Lynch, Geochemical evidence from Pukapuka volcanic ridge system for a shallow enriched mantle domain beneath the South Pacific Superswell, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 47-60, 2000.
Sandwell, D.T., Winterer et al., Evidence for diffuse extension of the Pacific plate from Pukapuka ridges and cross-grain gravity lineations, JGR, 100, 15087-15099, 1995.
Jian Lin's reading list:
|Ito, G., J. Lin and D. Graham, Observational and theoretical studies of the dynamics of mantle plume-mid-ocean ridge interaction, Review of Geophysics, 41(4), 017, doi:10.1029/2002RG000117, 2003|
|Georgen, J. and J. Lin, Plume-transform interactions at ultra-slow spreading rates: Implications for the Southwest Indian Ridge, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G3), 4(9), 9106, doi:10.1029/2003GC000542, 2003.|
Richard Ernst's reading list:
|Ernst, R.E., Buchan, K.L., Recognizing Mantle Plumes In The Geological Record: Annu. Rev. Earth Planet, Sci. 2003. 31:469-523 doi: 10.1146/annurev.earth.31.100901.145500|
|Ernst, R.E., Grosfils, E.B., Mege, D., Giant Dike Swarms: Earth, Venus, and Mars: Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 2001. 29:489?534.|
|Ernst, R.E., Buchan, K.L., Erratum to ??Maximum size and distribution in time and space of mantle plumes: evidence from large igneous provinces?? Journal of Geodynamics 34 (2002) 711?714.|
Stan Hart's reading list:
|Montelli, R., Nolet, G., Dahlen, F.A., Masters, G., Engdahl, E.R., Hung, S. , Finite-Frequency Tomography Reveals a Variety of Plumes in the Mantle, Science, 16 January 2004, Vol. 303, pp 338-343|
|Montelli et al, "Supporting Online Material", a supplement that goes with the above paper, 2004.|
Gillian Foulger's reading list:
|Foulger, G.R., Presentation Abstract: "There is no plume under Iceland or anywhere else", 2004.|
|Foulger, G.R. and J.H. Natland, Is ?Hotspot? Volcanism a Consequence of Plate Tectonics?, Science, 300, 921-922, 2003.|
|Foulger, G. R., Plumes, or plate tectonic processes? Astronomy & Geophysics, 43, 6.19-6.23, 2002.|
|Foulger, G.R. and D.L. Anderson, Iceland is cool: An origin for the Iceland volcanic province in the
remelting of subducted Iapetus slabs at normal mantle temperatures, submitted to J. Volc. Geotherm. Res.
|Foulger, G.R., J.H. Natland and D.L. Anderson, Iceland is fertile: The geochemistry of Icelandic lavas indicates extensive melting of subducted Iapetus crust in the Caledonian suture, submitted to J. Volc. Geotherm. Res.|
Robert Duncan's reading list:
|Koppers, A.P., Duncan, R.A., Steinberger, B., Implications of a non-linear 40Ar/39Ar age progression along the Louisville seamount trail for models of fixed and moving hotspots,
First Submission G3 Research Letter, December 3, 2003
|Tarduno, J.A., Duncan, R., Scholl, D.W., et al, The Emperor Seamounts: Southward Motion of the Hawaiian Hotspot Plume in Earth?s Mantle, Science Express, 24 July 2003, Page1/10.1126/science.1086442|