2013 Large Igneous Province of the month

November 2013: Greater Exmouth LIP (NW Australia), Max Rohrman


October 2013: Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) and Metallogeny, Richard E. Ernst and Simon M. Jowitt


September 2013: A review of Kalkarindji - the oldest Phanerozoic flood basalt province, Peter Marshall, Mike Widdowson & Luke Faggetter


August 2013: Large Igneous Provinces Trigger Hothouse Climate, David L. Kidder, Thomas R. Worsley


July 2013: Global intracratonic boninitic-norite magmatism during the Neoarchean-Paleoproterozoic – revisited, Rajesh K. Srivastava & Richard E. Ernst


June 2013: The Meso-Archaean Pongola Supergroup in South Africa and Swaziland – The oldest known large igneous province on stable continental crust? Allan Wilson, Axel Hofmann


May 2013: Revising the emplacement history of the Emeishan large igneous province with high-precision U-Pb geochronology of mafic and felsic intrusions, Steve Denyszyn, J. Gregory Shellnutt, Roland Mundil


April 2013: The links between large igneous provinces, and continental break-up: evidence reviewed from Antarctica, Bryan C Storey, Alan P M Vaughan and Teal R Riley


March 2013: 1330~1320 Ma Yanliao mafic sill province of the North China Craton, Shuan-Hong Zhang, Yue Zhao


February 2013: The CAMP Magma Source, John H. Puffer, Alan Benimoff


January 2013: Active rifting, magmatism and volcanism in the Afar Depression, Ethiopia, Charlotte Vye-Brown, Kay Smith, Tim Wright


December 2012: The ~2.44 Ga LIP in the Fennoscandian shield, Laura S. Lauri, Perttu Mikkola and Tuomo Karinen