Richard E. Ernst
Richard E. Ernst
(1) Carleton University, Canada; and (2) Tomsk State Univeristy, Russia
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Assembly, configuration, and break-up history of Rodinia: a synthesis
ZX Li, SV Bogdanova, AS Collins, A Davidson, B De Waele, RE Ernst, ...
Precambrian research 160 (1-2), 179-210, 2008
Large igneous provinces
RE Ernst
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Revised definition of large igneous provinces (LIPs)
SE Bryan, RE Ernst
Earth-Science Reviews 86 (1-4), 175-202, 2008
Global record of 1600–700 Ma Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs): implications for the reconstruction of the proposed Nuna (Columbia) and Rodinia supercontinents
RE Ernst, MTD Wingate, KL Buchan, ZX Li
Precambrian Research 160 (1-2), 159-178, 2008
Frontiers in large igneous province research
RE Ernst, KL Buchan, IH Campbell
Lithos 79 (3-4), 271-297, 2005
Giant radiating dyke swarms on Earth and Venus
RE Ernst, JW Head, E Partitt, E Grosfils, L Wilson
Earth-Science Reviews 39, 1-58, 1995
A 1.78 Ga large igneous province in the North China craton: the Xiong'er Volcanic Province and the North China dyke swarm
P Peng, M Zhai, RE Ernst, J Guo, F Liu, B Hu
Lithos 101 (3-4), 260-280, 2008
Giant radiating dyke swarms: their use in identifying pre-Mesozoic large igneous provinces and mantle plumes
RE Ernst, KL Buchan
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 100, 297-334, 1997
Recognizing mantle plumes in the geological record
RE Ernst, KL Buchan
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 31 (1), 469-523, 2003
Large igneous provinces (LIPs), giant dyke swarms, and mantle plumes: significance for breakup events within Canada and adjacent regions from 2.5 Ga to the PresentThis article …
R Ernst, W Bleeker
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47 (5), 695-739, 2010
Evidence from magnetic fabric for the flow pattern of magma in the Mackenzie giant radiating dyke swarm
RE Ernst, WRA Baragar
Nature 356 (6369), 511-513, 1992
Large mafic magmatic events through time and links to mantle-plume heads
RE Ernst, KL Buchan
Short-lived mantle generated magmatic events and their dyke swarms: the key unlocking Earth’s paleogeographic record back to 2.6 Ga
W Bleeker, R Ernst
Dyke swarms–time markers of crustal evolution, 3-26, 2006
How Large Igneous Provinces affect global climate, sometimes cause mass extinctions, and represent natural markers in the geological record
RE Ernst, N Youbi
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 478, 30-52, 2017
Large igneous provinces (LIPs) and carbonatites
RE Ernst, K Bell
Mineralogy and Petrology 98, 55-76, 2010
Long-lived connection between southern Siberia and northern Laurentia in the Proterozoic
RE Ernst, MA Hamilton, U Söderlund, JA Hanes, DP Gladkochub, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (6), 464-469, 2016
Giant dike swarms: Earth, venus, and mars
RE Ernst, EB Grosfils, D Mege
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 29 (1), 489-534, 2001
Intraplate magmatism in Central Asia and China and associated metallogeny
F Pirajno, RE Ernst, AS Borisenko, G Fedoseev, EA Naumov
Ore geology reviews 35 (2), 114-136, 2009
Large Igneous Provinces and supercontinents: Toward completing the plate tectonic revolution
RE Ernst, W Bleeker, U Söderlund, AC Kerr
Lithos 174, 1-14, 2013
U–Pb baddeleyite ages, distribution and geochemistry of 925 Ma mafic dykes and 900 Ma sills in the North China craton: evidence for a Neoproterozoic mantle plume
P Peng, W Bleeker, RE Ernst, U Söderlund, V McNicoll
Lithos 127 (1-2), 210-221, 2011
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