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Continental Flood Basalts

By: JD Macdougall(Editor)
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Continental Flood Basalts
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  • Continental Flood Basalts ISBN: 9789048184583 Paperback Dec 2010 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
    £163.00
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  • Continental Flood Basalts ISBN: 9789027728067 Hardback Oct 1988 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
    £179.99
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About this book

This book describes flood basalt formations around the world. These geological formations are the result of giant volcanic eruptions or series of eruptions that coat large stretches of land or ocean floor with basalt lava.

Contents

- The Columbia River Basalt
- Flood Basalt Volcanism in the Northwestern United States
- The Ethiopian Flood Basalt Province
- The North Atlantic Tertiary Province
- Deccan Traps
- Continental Flood Volcanism From the Parana Basin (Brazil)
- The Karoo Province
- Traps of the Siberian Platform
- Cenozoic Basaltic Rocks in Eastern China
- Continental Flood Basalts and MORB: A Brief Discussion of Similarities and Differences in their Petrogenesis

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By: JD Macdougall(Editor)
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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