Continental Tholeiitic Flood Basalt Provinces

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Geochemistry 

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Further Reading

  1. Basaltic Volcanism Study Project 1981. Basaltic volcanism on the terrestrial planets. 30–107. New York: Pergamon PressGoogle Scholar
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  7. Leeman, W. P. & C. J. Hawkesworth 1986. Open magma systems: Trace element and isotopic constraints. J. Geophys. Res. 91, 5901–12.Google Scholar
  8. Thompson, R. N., M. A. Morrison, A. P. Dickin & G. L. Hendry 1983. Continental flood basalts … arachnids rule OK? In Continental basalts and mantle xenoliths, C. J. Hawkesworth & M. J. Norry (eds), Nantwich: Shiva. 158–85.Google Scholar

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