A Reappraisal of Stress Field and Convective Roll Models for the Origin and Distribution of Cretaceous to Recent Intraplate Volcanism in the Pacific Basin

@article{Smith2003ARO,
  title={A Reappraisal of Stress Field and Convective Roll Models for the Origin and Distribution of Cretaceous to Recent Intraplate Volcanism in the Pacific Basin},
  author={Alan Def. Smith},
  journal={International Geology Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={45},
  pages={287 - 302}
}
  • A. Smith
  • Published 1 April 2003
  • Geology
  • International Geology Review
Correlations between volcanic output along the Hawaiian and Cook-Austral-Marquesas chains and basin-wide plate reorganizations at 25 and 5 Ma support the contention of Jackson and Shaw (1975) that intraplate volcanism throughout the Pacific basin is controlled by the transmitted stress field. Reconstruction of the Pacific Basin for the Early Cretaceous through Eocene based on a paleomagnetic model demonstrates that oceanic plateaus (Shatsky Rise, Mid-Pacific Mountains, Magellan Rise, Ontong… 
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