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Chris Kincaid's reading list:

For Discussion:

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.

For Reference:

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:

For Discussion:

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.

For Reference:
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:

For Discussion:

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.

For Reference:

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:

For Discussion:

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:

For Discussion:

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:

For Discussion:

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:

For Discussion:

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

For Reference:
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:

For Discussion:

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:

For Discussion:

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

For Reference:
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:

For Discussion:

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:

For Discussion:

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/
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:

For Discussion:

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:

For Discussion:

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.

For Reference:

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:

For Discussion:

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