Large Igneous Province Of The Month

2019 Large Igneous Province of the month

October 2019: Discovery of the Central Atlantic magmatic Province “CAMP” activity in the External Rif (Northern Morocco), Faouziya HAISSEN, Oriol GIMENO-Vives, Geoffroy MOHN, Valérie BOSSE, Mohamed Najib ZAGHLOUL, Achraf ATOUABAT and Dominique FRIZON de LAMOTTE

September 2019: Chemical weathering of LIPs: age and temperature dependence, Gaojun Li

August 2019: The Warnie Volcanic Province: An Australian Intraplate (Not-That-Large) Igneous Province, Jonathon P.A. Hardman, Simon P. Holford, Nick Schofield, Mark Bunch, Daniel Gibbins

July 2019: Giant Circumferential Mafic Dyke Swarms, Kenneth L. Buchan and Richard E. Ernst

June 2019: A mantle plume origin for the Scandinavian Dyke Complex: a “piercing point” for 615 Ma plate reconstruction of Baltica?, Christian Tegner, Torgeir B. Andersen, Hans Jørgen Kjøll, Eric L. Brown, Graham Hagen-Peter, Fernando Corfu, Sverre Planke, and Trond H. Torsvik

May 2019: Soltan Maidan Basaltic Complex (SMBC), northern Iran: Implications for Late Ordovician-Early Late Silurian magmatism along the northern margin of Gondwana, Morteza Derakhshi, Habibollah Ghasemi, Laicheng Miao

April 2019: Komati, Hooggenoeg and Kromberg Formations of the Archean Onverwacht Group, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa, Gary Byerly, Don Lowe, Christoph Heubeck

March 2019: Precambrian Large Igneous Province record of the Indian Shield: an update based on extensive U-Pb dating of mafic dyke swarms, Amiya K. Samal, Rajesh K. Srivastava, Richard E. Ernst, and Ulf Söderlund

February 2019: Hekpoort Formation, South Africa, ca. 2.223 Ma, Wladyslaw Altermann

January 2019: How mantle plumes can destroy diamonds, R.E. Ernst, D.R. Davies, S.M. Jowitt, I.H. Campbell