Large Igneous Province Of The Month

2021 Large Igneous Province of the month

October 2021: The mafic volcanic climax of the Paraná-Etendeka Large Igneous Province as the trigger of the Weissert Event, Rafael R. B. Bacha, Breno L. Waichel, Richard E. Ernst

September 2021: The Paleoproterozoic Black Hills Dyke Swarm: key to resolve Kalahari within Columbia, Cedric Djeutchou, Michiel O. de Kock, Herve´ Wabo, Camilo E. Gaitán, Ulf Söderlund, Ashley P. Gumsley

August 2021: Identification of a new 485 MA post-orogenic mafic dyke swarm east of the pan-african saldania-gariep belt of south africa, C.G. Kingsbury, M. B. Klausen, U. Söderlund, W. Altermann, R. E. Ernst.

July 2021: Are regional topographic changes and sedimentary basins (+associated ore deposits?) linked to mantle plumes?, Anke M. Friedrich and Hans-Peter Bunge

June 2021: The new LIP-Printing discrimination diagram: Use of immobile element proxies (Th/Nb vs TiO2/Yb) to characterize Large Igneous Provinces in the geologic record, Julian A. Pearce, Richard E. Ernst, David W. Peate, Chris Rogers

May 2021: The Derceto Large Igneous Province (LIP), Astkhik Planum, Venus, Lauren MacLellan, Richard Ernst, Hafida El Bilali, Richard Ghail, Erin Bethell

April 2021: Updated LIP Record Through Time and Postulated Links with Significant Environmental Changes and Geological Time-Scale Boundaries, Richard E. Ernst

March 2021: Large Igneous Provinces: A Driver of Global Environmental and Biotic Changes (American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monograph 255, January 2021), Richard E. Ernst, Alexander J. Dickson, Andrey Bekker (Editors)

February 2021: Mineral deposits of the Mesoproterozoic Midcontinent Rift System in the Lake Superior region – Metallogeny of the prolifically mineralized Keweenawan LIP, Laurel G Woodruff, Klaus J. Schulz, Suzanne W. Nicholson, and Connie L. Dicken

January 2021: Carlin-style gold province linked to the Emeishan large igneous province, Jiang Zhu, Zhaochong Zhang, Ziliang Jin