Large Igneous Province Of The Month

2017 Large Igneous Province of the month

September 2017: The Early Permian Panjal Traps, Gregory Shellnutt


August 2017: The High Arctic LIP in Canada: Stratigraphic controls and geochemical monitoring on crustal influences, Cole G. Kingsbury, Richard E. Ernst, Brian Cousens


July 2017: Mafic magmatism in the Siletz terrane, NW North America: Fragments of the youngest oceanic plateau?, Bethan A. Phillips, Andrew C. Kerr, Emily K. Mullen, Dominique Weis


June 2017: Mars on Earth – a perspective from weathering of the Deccan Trap basalts in India, Souvik Mitra, Saibal Gupta, Kaushik Mitra, Satadru Bhattacharya, Prakash Chauhan & G. Parthasarathy


May 2017: Do the Mesoproterozoic “Granite-Rhyolite” Provinces of the midcontinent, and related A-Type granite plutons, constitute a Silicic Large Igneous Province (SLIP)?, M. E. (Pat) Bickford


April 2017: The Eastern rift branch of East Africa: an LIP-style continental rift exhibiting massive magma and volatile production, James D. Muirhead, Cynthia J. Ebinger, Simon A. Kattenhorn, Hyunwoo Lee, Tobias P. Fischer, Steven Roecker, Sara Jaye Oliva


March 2017: The Ongeluk LIP: a newly defined large igneous province on the critical Neoarchean-Paleoproterozoic boundary on the Kaapvaal Craton, southern Africa, Ashley Gumsley


February 2017: Basalts and picrites from a plume-type ophiolite in the South Qilian Accretionary Belt, Qilian Orogen: Accretion of a Cambrian Oceanic Plateau?, Yuqi Zhang, Shuguang Song, Liming Yang, Li Su, Yaoling Niu, Mark B. Allen, Xin Xu


January 2017: 3.30 Ga High-Silica Intraplate Volcanic-Plutonic System of the Gavião Block, São Francisco Craton, Brazil: possible Silicic Large Igneous Province, Stefano A. Zincone, Elson P. Oliveira, Oscar Laurent, Hong Zhang, Mingguo Zhai