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Large Igneous Provinces

A Driver of Global Environmental and Biotic Changes

Ernst, Richard R. / Dickson, Alex / Bekker, Andrey (Herausgeber)

Geophysical Monograph Series (Band Nr. 255)


1. Auflage Februar 2021
598 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-50745-1
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Exploring the links between Large Igneous Provinces and dramatic environmental impact

An emerging consensus suggests that Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) and Silicic LIPs (SLIPs) are a significant driver of dramatic global environmental and biological changes, including mass extinctions. Environmental changes caused by LIPs and SLIPs include rapid global warming, global cooling ('Snowball Earth'), oceanic anoxia events, mercury poisoning, atmospheric and oceanic acidification, and sea level changes.

Continued research to characterize the effects of these extremely large and typically short duration igneous events on atmospheric and oceanic chemistry through Earth history can provide lessons for understanding and mitigating modern climate change.

Large Igneous Provinces: A Driver of Global Environmental and Biotic Changes describes the interactions between the effects of LIPs and other drivers of climatic change, the limits of the LIP effect, and the atmospheric and oceanic consequences of LIPs in significant environmental events.

Volume highlights include:
* Temporal record of large igneous provinces (LIPs)
* Environmental impacts of LIP emplacement
* Precambrian, Proterozoic, and Phanerozoic case histories
* Links between geochemical proxies and the LIP record
* Alternative causes for environmental change
* Key parameters related to LIPs and SLIPs for use in environmental change modelling
* Role of LIPs in Permo-Triassic, Triassic-Jurassic, and other mass extinction events

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List of Contributors


R.E Ernst, A.J. Dickson, A. Bekker


Section I


Chapter 1: Large Igneous Province record through time and implications for secular environmental changes and Geological Time-Scale boundaries

R.E. Ernst, D.P.G. Bond, S-H. Zhang, K.L. Buchan, S.E. Grasby, N. Youbi, H. H. El Bilali, A. Bekker, L. Doucet

Chapter 2: Radiometric constraints on the timing, tempo, and effects of large igneous province emplacement.

J. Kasbohm, B. Schoene, S. Burgess

Section II


Chapter 3: Global Warming and Mass Extinctions Associated with Large Igneous Province Volcanism

D.P.G. Bond, Y.D. Sun

Chapter 4: Environmental effects of volcanic volatile fluxes from sub-aerial large igneous provinces

T.A. Mather, A. Schmidt

Chapter 5: Assessing the environmental consequences of the generation and alteration of mafic volcaniclastic deposits during Large Igneous Province emplacement

B. Black, T. Mittal, F. Lingo, K. Walowski, A. Hernandez

Chapter 6: Environmental Impact of Silicic Magmatism in Large Igneous Province Events

S.E. Bryan

Chapter 7. Evaluating the relationship between the area and latitude of large igneous provinces and Earth's long-term climate state

Y. Park, N.L. Swanson-Hysell, L.E. Lisiecki, F.A. Macdonald

Chapter 8: Preliminary appraisal of a correlation between glaciations and Large Igneous Provinces over the past 720 million years

N. Youbi, R.E. Ernst, R.N. Mitchell, M.A. Boumehdi, W. El Moume, A. Ait Lahna, M.K. Bensalah, U. Söderlund, M. Doblas, C.C.G. Tassinari

Chapter 9: Phanerozoic Large Igneous Province, Petroleum System, and Source Rock Links

S.C. Bergman, J.S. Eldrett, D. Minisini

Section III


Chapter 10: The osmium isotope signature of Phanerozoic Large Igneous Provinces

A.J. Dickson, A.S. Cohen, M. Davies

Chapter 11: Sedimentary mercury enrichments as a tracer of Large Igneous Province volcanism

L.M.E. Percival, B.A. Bergquist, T.A. Mather, H. Sanei

Chapter 12. Platinum group element traces of CAMP volcanism associated with low latitude environmental and biological disruptions

J.H. Whiteside, P.E. Olsen, S.T. Kinney, M. Et-Touhami

Chapter 13: Assessing the Effect of Large Igneous Provinces on Global Oceanic Redox Conditions Using Non-traditional Metal Isotopes (Molybdenum, Uranium, Thallium)

B. Kendall, M.B. Andersen, J.D. Owens

Chapter 14: Marine anoxia and ocean acidification during the end-Permian extinction: an integrated view from delta238U and delta44/40Ca proxies and Earth system modeling

Y. Cui, F-F. Zhang, J-Y. Wang, S-J. Jiang, S-Z. Shen

Chapter 15: Trends in Ocean S-isotopes May be Influenced by Major LIP Events

R.R. Large, J.J. Steadman, I. Mukherjee, R. Corkrey, P. Sack, T.R. Ireland

Chapter 16: Marcasite at the Permian-Triassic transition: A potential indicator of hydrosphere acidification

E. Lounejeva, J. Steadman, T. Rodemann, R.R. Large, L. Danyushevsky, D. Mantle, K. Grice, T.J. Algeo

Section IV


Chapter 17: The Monterey Event and the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum - two contrasting oceanic carbonate system responses to LIP emplacement and eruption

T.L. Babila, G.L. Foster

Chapter 18: Permian large igneous provinces and their paleoenvironmental effects

J. Chen, Y-G. Xu

Chapter 19: Was the Kalkarindji continental flood basalt province a driver of environmental change at the dawn of the Phanerozoic?

P.E. Marshall, L.E. Faggetter, M. Widdowson

Chapter 20: LIPs (large igneous provinces) and anoxia events in 'the Boring Billion'

S-H. Zhang, R.E. Ernst, J-L. Pei, Y. Zhao, G-H. Hu

Chapter 21: Breaking the Boring Billion: A case for solid-Earth processes as drivers of system-scale environmental variability during the mid-Proterozoic

C.W. Diamond, R.E. Ernst, S-H Zhang, T.W. Lyons
Richard E. Ernst, Carleton University, Canada & Tomsk State University, Russia

Alexander J. Dickson, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

Andrey Bekker, University of California at Riverside, USA & University of Johannesburg, South Africa

R. R. Ernst, ETH-Z Honggerberg, Zurich, Switzerland; A. Dickson, Royal Holloway University of London; A. Bekker, University of California at Riverside