2012 Large Igneous Province of the month

November 2012: The 1.89-1.87 Ga Uatumã Silicic Large Igneous Province, northern South America, Evandro L. Klein, Marcelo E. Almeida, Lucia T. Rosa-Costa


October 2012: 2810 Ma Meeline Suite mafic-ultramafic intrusive complexes and Norie Group mafic-ultramafic group volcanism, Tim Ivanic, Martin Van Kranendonk, Michael Wingate, Chris Kirkland, Stephen Wyche


September 2012: Afro-Arabian Oligocene flood volcanic stratigraphy and extreme geochemical heterogeneity: Insights into evolution of voluminous silicic pyroclastic eruptions, Ingrid Ukstins Peate


August 2012: The East Yilgarn LIP: ore-forming plume volcanism in the late Archaean, Steve Barnes


July 2012: Geochemical Assessment of the Metallogenic Potential of Proterozoic LIPs of Canada, Simon M. Jowitt and Richard E. Ernst


June 2012: Thermal metamorphism of wall-rocks provides an explanation for the causal link between LIP emplacement and mass extinctions, Clément Ganino


May 2012: Deccan Volcanic Province (or Deccan Traps), home of Earth’s longest and largest lava flows?, Stephen Self


April 2012: Abor Volcanics, northeast India, Diane Chung & Jason R. Ali


March 2012: A Flood Lava Large Igneous Province on Mercury, James W. Head, and Lionel Wilson


February 2012: A geochemical comparison of the Benagerie Volcanic Suite and the Gawler Range Volcanics: a Mesoproterozoic silicic large igneous province, South Australia, Claire E. Wade, Anthony J. Reid, Michael T.D. Wingate, Elizabeth A.Jagodzinski and Karin Barovich


January 2012: The Southeast African Large Igneous Province: a model of its crustal growth and plate-kinematic dispersal, Karsten Gohl and Gabriele Uenzelmann-Neben


December 2011: Rifting and silicic large igneous provinces of the Late Paleozoic – Early Mesozoic in the Central Asia, Yarmolyuk V.V., Kuzmin M.I.