2004 Large Igneous Province of the month

December 2004: The Fortescue Group, Western Australia; An Archaean (2.7 Ga) Large Igneous Province. Franco Pirajno

November 2004: Mantle dynamics and genesis of mafic magmatism in the intermontane Pacific Northwest. Victor E. Camp and Martin E. Ross

October 2004: The Emeishan large igneous province: Integrated geologic, geophysical and geochemical evidence for a fossil mantle plume. Yi-Gang Xu, Bin He and Sun-Lin Chung

September 2004: Large igneous provinces on Mars: Ascraeus Mons. H. Hiesinger and J.W. Head III

August 2004: Coeval large-scale magmatism in the Kalahari and Laurentian cratons during Rodinia assembly. Richard E. Hanson , James L. Crowley, Samuel A. Bowring, Jahandar Ramezani, Wulf A. Gose, Ian W. D. Dalziel, James A. Pancake, Emily K. Seidel, Thomas G. Blenkinsop, and Joshua Mukwakwami

July 2004: Remnants of an Archean Large Igneous Province: Evidence from the komatiite-bearing greenstone belts of the northern Rae domain, Nunavut, Canada. Trevor MacHattie, Larry Heaman, Robert Creaser, Tom Skulski, and Hamish Sandeman

June 2004: Caribbean-Colombian Oceanic Plateau. Andrew C. Kerr

May 2004: Ca. 1880 Ma Circum-Superior LIP. Richard E. Ernst

April 2004: Lunar mare basalt volcanism: Formation of Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) on a one-plate planet. James W. Head

March 2004: The Siberian large igneous province. Marc K. Reichow, Andrew D. Saunders, Alexei V. Ivanov, Victor N. Puchkov

February 2004: The Gunbarrel mafic magmatic event: A key 780 Ma time marker for Rodinia plate reconstructions. Stephen S. Harlan, Larry Heaman, Anthony N. LeCheminant, Wayne R. Premo

January 2004: The Warakurna large igneous province: A new Mesoproterozoic large igneous province in west-central Australia. Michael T.D. Wingate, Franco Pirajno, Paul A. Morris