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  List of Accepted Contributions - GD5 The Origins of Melting Anomalies

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Perchuk, L. L.
Mantle plume and the formation of marginal sea depressions

Chuvashova, I.; Rasskazov, S.
Collision-derived Late Cenozoic Dynamics of a Melting Anomaly beneath Central Mongolia: magmatic and tectonic Evidence

Puchkov, V.
On alternative models for the origin of time-progressive volcanic chains

Pilet, S.; Baker, M.B.; Stolper, E.M.
Origin of alkaline OIBs: constraints from experimental petrology and melting behavior

Ivanov, A.V.; Demonterova, E.I.
Was depth of magma generation in the Baikal rift controlled by extension?

Ivanov, A.V.; Litasov, K.D.
What is the role of subduction in the flood basalt origin?: Siberian Traps case study

Rocchi, S.; Marroni, M.; Pandolfi, L.; Mazzotti, A.; Di Biase, D.
Melting anomalies and tectonic activity on “passive” margins

Castro, M.C.
A primordial, solar-like He and Ne signature in Michigan Basin brines - basic two-layered mantle convection model assumptions revisited

Rasskazov, S.; Chuvashova, I.; Yasnygina, T.
Cenozoic Magmatism in Asia: Geochemical Signatures of slab-related Processes

Sobolev, A.V.; Hofmann, A.W.; Brugmann, G.; Batanova, V.G.; Kuzmin, D.V.
Linking crustal recycling and osmium isotopes

Gurenko, A.; Sobolev, A. V.; Hoernle, K.A.; Hauff, F.; Schmincke, H.-U.
Origin of pyroxenite component in the source of the Canary shield stage magmas constrained from olivine phenocryst - radiogenic isotope relationships

Burov, E. ; Guillou-Frottier, L.; Huet, B.
Plume head–lithosphere interactions (PLI) near intra-continental plate boundaries and heterogeneities: a model based on thermo-mechanically and thermo-dynamically realistic formulation for the lithosphere and mantle

Jones, A P
Impact volcanism and upper mantle melting

Wilson, M
Fluid streaming from the Transition Zone as a trigger for within-plate magmatism

Osmaston, M.F.
Thick plates and a two-layer mantle: basis for a single model of mantle magmagenesis, all the way from MORB to OIB to flood basalts to kimberlite (withdrawn)

Serrano Durán, L; Ferrari, L; López Martínez, M
New Ages and Geochemical Data for Gorgona Island, Colombia: indication of a ~30 Ma long history of heterogeneous mantle melting in the formation of the Caribbean Large Igneous Province

Presnall, D.; Gudfinnsson, G.
Plumeless Oceanic Volcanism Challenges Whole Mantle Convection

Foulger, G.R.
Challenges to Plume and Plate – Telling it like it is

Nielsen, S.B.; Stephenson, R.; Thomsen, E.
Dynamics of mid-Paleocene North Atlantic and African plate boundaries linked by European intra-plate deformations

Ballmer, M. D.; van Hunen, J.; Ito, G.; Tackley, P. J.; Bianco, T. A.
Non-hotspot volcano chains from small-scale sublithospheric convection (a 3D-numerical study)

White, R.S.; Smith, L.K.; Roberts, A.W.; Christie, P.A.F; Kusznir, N.J.
The case for a thermal origin of magmatism on the North Atlantic continental margin

Sharma, Kamal
Rodinia supercontinent break-up: Not a result of Superplume tectonics

Jourdan, F.; Bertrand, H.; Féraud, G. ; Le Gall, B.
Proterozoic to Jurassic LIP mantle source evolution: example from the 180Ma-Karoo and 1.1Ga-Umkondo provinces, Africa.

Kipf, A.; Werner, R.; Gohl, K.; Hauff, F.; van den Bogaard, P.; Hoernle, K.
Age and origin of magmatism at the Marie Byrd Seamounts (Amundsen Sea)

Jourdan, F.; Féraud, G.; Bertrand, H.
Giant dyke swarms and triple junctions do not necessarily define a mantle plume signature

O'Connor, J.; Stoffers, P.; Wijbrans, J.; Worthington, T.
A broad Galápagos hotspot melting anomaly linked to disturbance of the underlying core-mantle boundary?

Coltice, N.; Phillips, B.R.; Bertrand, H.; Rey, P.; Ricard, Y.
Non-plume generation of large-scale melting beneath supercontinents

Morgan, W.J.; Phipps Morgan, J.
Two-stage melting and noble gases

Horner-Johnson, B.; Gordon, R. G.
Evidence for True Polar Wander since mid-Cenozoic time: A Paleomagnetic Investigation of the Skewness of Magnetic Anomaly 12r (32 Ma) Between the Galapagos and Clarion Fracture Zones on the Pacific Plate

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