Triggering of the largest Deccan eruptions by the Chicxulub impact

@article{Richards2015TriggeringOT,
  title={Triggering of the largest Deccan eruptions by the Chicxulub impact},
  author={Mark A. Richards and Walter Alvarez and Stephen Self and Leif Karlstrom and Paul R. Renne and Michael Manga and Courtney J. Sprain and Jan Smit and Lo{\"y}c Vanderkluysen and Sally A. Gibson},
  journal={Geological Society of America Bulletin},
  year={2015},
  volume={127},
  pages={1507-1520}
}
New constraints on the timing of the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction and the Chicxulub impact, together with a particularly voluminous and apparently brief eruptive pulse toward the end of the “main-stage” eruptions of the Deccan continental fl ood basalt province suggest that these three events may have occurred within less than about a hundred thousand years of each other. Partial melting induced by the Chicxulub event does not provide an energetically plausible explanation for this… 
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