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  List of Accepted Contributions - GD05 The Origins of Melting Anomalies

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Presnall, D.; Gudfinnsson, G.
Global Na8-Fe8 Systematics of MORBs: Implications for Mantle Heterogeneity, Temperature, and Plumes

Rasskazov, S.; Chuvashova, I.; Kozhevnikov, V.; Mordvinova, V.
Magmatic dynamics of the Sayan-Mongolian Late Cenozoic low-velocity mantle domain, Central Asia

Keskin, M.
Slab-steepening & breakoff: an alternative shallow-plate tectonic model for the genesis of plume-like melting anomalies in continental intraplate settings

Mikhail, S; Manning, CJ; Thirlwall, MF; Lowry, D
Age and petrogenesis of the EM I source beneath Öraefajökull, SE Iceland: Enriched endmember(s) of the Iceland mantle plume? or a crustal source?

Chuvashova, I.; Rasskazov, S.; Yasnygina, T.
Alkaline basaltic volcanism in Central Mongolia and Northeast China for the past 15 Ka: decompressional and delayed fluid melting of the mantle

Lustrino, M.; Carminati, E.
Phantom plumes in Europe and the circum-Mediterranean region

Ivanov, A.V.
Geochemistry of Dominant Low-Ti Basalts of the Siberian Traps and Subduction-Related Model of Their Origin

Cuffaro, M.; Doglioni, C.
Global kinematics in the deep vs shallow hotspot reference frames

Kumagai, I.; Davaille, A.; Kurita, K.
Successful and failing plumes: the Icelandic case

Vogt, P.R.; Jung, W.Y.; Williamson, M.C.; Blasco, S.
Geology and Geophysics of the Bermuda Volcanic Edifice and Bermuda Rise: Synthesis and Current Research

Torsvik, T.H.; Smethurst, M.A.; Burke, K.; Steinberger, B.
Long term stability in Deep Mantle structure: Evidence from the ~ 300 Ma Skagerrak-Centered Large Igneous Province (the SCLIP)

Morgan, W.J.; Phipps Morgan, J.
Mantle plumes and the Pacific superswell

Pilet, S.; Baker, M.B.; Stolper, E.M
Experimental constraints on the origin of OIBs

Foulger, G.R.
The “Plate” model for the genesis of melting anomalies

Geoffroy, L.; Bergerat, F.; Angelier, J.
Regional stresses before, during and following Large Igneous Province magmatism

Timm, C.; Hoernle, K.; Hauff, F.; van den Bogaard, P.; Weaver, S.
Crustal Assimilation versus Mantle Melts in Lavas from Banks Peninsula, NZ

Perepelov, A.B. ; Ivanov, A.V.; Puzankov, M.Yu.; Dril, S.I.; Layer, P.W. ; Paholchenko, Yu.A.; Tatarnikov, S.A.; Sandimirov, I.V.; Sandimirova, G.P.; Ilina, N.N.
Origin of WPB -Type Magmas in Rear Volcanic Belt of Kamchatka as a Result of Melting of the Kula Paleoslab

Burov, E. ; Guillou-Frottier, L.; Cloetingh, S.
Plume head –lithosphere interactions near intra-continental plate boundaries.

Sharma, K
K-T magmatism of northwestern Indian shield: A result of fragmenting continent

Hansen, U.
Plumes in a convecting mantle

Demonterova, E.I.; Ivanov, A.V.
Trace Element and Sr-Nd Isotope Inference on Source of the Late Cenozoic Alkaline Basalts in the Western Khubsugul Area

Dyment, J.; IFCPAR 1911-1 & Magofond 2 & Gimnaut Sci. Teams
The Deccan-Reunion hotspot history: hotspot-ridge interaction for the last 60 Ma

Ballmer, M. D.; van Hunen, J.; Tackley, P. J.
Intraplate volcanism due to small-scale convection - a 3D numerical study

O'Connor, J.M.; Stoffers, P.; Wijbrans, J.R.; Worthington, T.J.; Jokat, W.
Testing the volcanic record for evidence of broad hotspot melting anomalies

Meyer, R.; van Wijk, J.W.; Gernigon, L.
Formation of the North Atlantic Igneous Province: what is the role of the Iceland mantle anomaly?

Bjarnason, I. Th
The seismic low velocity of Iceland's mantle. The shape of a thermal and melt anomaly

Phipps Morgan, J.; Morgan, W. J.
Several plume ‘paradoxes’ can be resolved by a plume-fed asthenosphere

Viereck-Goette, L.; Schöner, R.; Abratis, M. ; Elsner, M.; Bomfleur, B.; Schneider, J. ; Gaupp, R. ; Kerp, H.
Possible Proof for genetic Link between the mafic Ferrar LIP and the silicic Antarctic Peninsula Volcanic Group identified in the Transantarctic Mountains

Gu, Y.J.; An, Y.
Complexities in the Upper Mantle Transition Zone Beneath Hotspot Locations

Comin-Chiaramonti, P.; de Barros Gomes, C.; Cundari, A.; Castorina, F.; Censi, P.
A review of carbonatitic magmatism in the Paraná-Angloa-Etendeka system

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