Volcanism and global environmental change [E-Book] / edited by Anja Schmidt, University of Leeds, Kirsten Fristad, NASA Ames Research Center, Linda Elkins-Tanton, Arizona State University.
Schmidt, Anja, (editor)
Fristad, Kirsten, (editor) / Elkins-Tanton, Linda T., (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015
1 online resource (xvi, 324 pages)
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  • Machine generated contents note: Preface; List of contributors; Part I. Large Volume Volcanism: Origins, Features, and Timing: 1. Large Igneous Provinces and explosive basaltic volcanism Ingrid Ukstins Peate and Linda Elkins-Tanton; 2. On the nature and consequences of super-eruptions Clive Oppenheimer and Amy Donovan; 3. Large Igneous Province locations and their connections with the core mantle boundary Trond H. Torsvik and Kevin Burke; 4. High-precision U/Pb geochronology of Phanerozoic Large Igneous Provinces Seth Burgess, Terrence J. Blackburn and Samuel A. Bowring; 5. Volcanic pulses in the Siberian Traps as inferred from Permo-Triassic geomagnetic secular variations Volodia Pavlov, Fre;de;ric Fluteau, Roman Veselovskiy, Anna Fetisova, A. Latyshev, Linda Elkins-Tanton, Alexander Sobolev and Nadezhda Krivolutskaya; Part II. Assessing Gas and Tephra Release in the Present Day and Paleo-Record: 6. Volcanic gas monitoring Alessandro Aiuppa; 7. Remote sensing of volcanic ash and sulphur dioxide Fred Prata and Gemma Prata; 8. Quantification of volcanic reactive halogen emissions Ulrich Platt and Nicole Bobrowski; 9. Satellite and aircraft-based techniques to measure volcanic emissions and hazards David Pieri; 10. The origin of gases that caused the Permian-Triassic extinction Nick Arndt, Alexander Sobolev, Nadezhda Krivolutskaya, Dimitry V. Kuzmin and Stephan V. Sobolev; 11. Volatile release from flood basalt eruptions: understanding the potential environmental effects Stephen Self, Lori Glaze, Anja Schmidt and Tamsin A. Mather; 12. Volatile generation and release from continental Large Igneous Provinces Henrik Svensen, Kirsten Fristad, Alexander Polozov and Sverre Planke; Part III. Modes of Volcanically-Induced Global Environmental Change: 13. Volcanism, the atmosphere, and climate through time Anja Schmidt and Alan Robock; 14. Volcanic emissions: short-term perturbations, long-term consequences and global environmental change Tamsin A. Mather and David M. Pyle; 15. Evidence for volcanism triggering extinctions: a short history of IPGP contributions with emphasis on paleomagnetism Vincent Courtillot, Fre;de;ric Fluteau and Jean Besse; 16. Halogen release from Plinian eruptions and depletion of stratospheric ozone Kirstin Krüger, Steffen Kutterolf and Thor H. Hansteen; 17. The environmental and climatic impacts of volcanic ash deposition Morgan Jones; 18. Oceanic anoxia during the Permian-Triassic transition and links to volcanism Ellen Schaal, Katja Meyer, Jonathan Payne, Kimberley Lau and Juan Carlos Silva-Tamayo; 19. Spatial and temporal patterns of ocean acidification during the end-Permian mass extinction: an Earth system model evaluation Ying Cui, Lee Kump and Andy Ridgwell; 20. Environmental effects of Large Igneous Province magmatism: a Siberian perspective Benjamin Black, Jean-François Lamarque, Christine Shields, Linda Elkins-Tanton and Jeffrey T. Kiehl.