Australia: The Land Where Time Began

A biography of the Australian continent 

Volcanology

  1. Antarctica – Mobile Magma Beneath the Ice
  2. Antarctica Volcanic Eruption the Largest in the Holocene – Timing and Widespread effects
  3. End-Permian Climate Systematic Swings Resulting from Outgassing of Carbon and Sulphur from the Siberian Traps
  4. Enriched Carbon Source Detected in the Deep Mantle
  5. Extratropical Explosive Volcanic Eruptions – Climate Forcing is Disproportionally Strong
  6. Mt Paektu (Changbaishan in China) – Evidence for Partial Melt in the Crust Beneath Mt Paektu, a Supervolcano, North Korea and China
  7. Mt. Paektu volcano – Quantifying Gas Emissions from the “Millennium Eruption” of Paektu Volcano, North Korea/China
  8. New Volcanic Province – Inventory of Subglacial Volcanoes in West Antarctica
  9. Volcanoes – Behavioural Differences Exhibited by Different Types of Volcano

Sources & Further reading

  1. Barry, P. H. (2017). "Deep mantle: Enriched carbon source detected." Nature Geosci 10(9): 625-627.
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