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GD3.2/GMPV7.2/SM4.19/TS9.6

Causes and consequences of mantle upwellings (co-organized)
Convener: Vincent Strak  | Co-Conveners: Maxim Ballmer , Chiara Civiero , Malcolm J. Hole , Wouter P. Schellart 
Orals
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Friday, 13 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: Vincent Strak, Maxim Ballmer, Chiara Civiero, Wouter Schellart
X2.333
EGU2018-4155
Tracing the Edges of the LLSVPs in the Spatial Distribution of Seamount Volcanism
Clinton Conrad and Mathew Domeier

Hall X2
X2.334
EGU2018-3789
Western U.S. Volcanism due to Intruding Hot Oceanic Mantle Driven by Ancient Farallon Slabs
Lijun Liu, Quan Zhou, and Jiashun Hu

Hall X2
X2.335
EGU2018-8317
Impact of thermo-chemical pile size in the generation of upwellings: insights from mantle convection models featuring paleo-subduction history
Philip Heron, Juliane Dannberg, Rene Gassmöller, Grace Shephard, Jeroen van Hunen, and Russell Pysklywec

Hall X2
X2.336
EGU2018-8115
Geodynamic model of subduction-induced upwelling to explain non-hotspot Samoan volcanism
Vincent Strak and Wouter P. Schellart

Hall X2
X2.337
EGU2018-8087
Volcanic signatures of thermo-chemical plumes in the Earth’s mantle predicted by fluid dynamic experiments
Ichiro Kumagai and Anne Davaille

Hall X2
X2.338
EGU2018-15317
Mantle upwellings below the Ibero-western Maghrebian region: constraints from teleseismic traveltime P- and S-wave tomography
Chiara Civiero, Vincent Strak, Susana Custódio, Graça Silveira, Nicholas Rawlinson, and Pierre Arroucau

Hall X2
X2.339
EGU2018-18846
Evolution of whole-mantle plumes: Consequences for hotspot volcanism
Maxim Ballmer, Thomas Duvernay, and John O'Connor

Hall X2
X2.340 EGU2018-19528
True Polar Wander and the Origin of the Hawaiian-Emperor Bend: New Evidence (withdrawn)
Richard Gordon, Daniel Woodworth, Lily Seidman, and Lin Zheng

Hall X2
X2.341
EGU2018-13531
The effect of Edge-Driven Convection on the generation and characteristics of oceanic volcano chains
Antonio Manjón-Cabeza Córdoba and Maxim D. Ballmer

Hall X2
X2.342
EGU2018-11227
Rapid propagation of small-scale mantle upwelling instabilities along the Reykjanes Ridge
Fernando Martinez and Richard Hey

Hall X2
X2.343
EGU2018-16193
Mantle melting and intraplate volcanism due to upwellings from the stagnant slab
Xiaogang Long, Maxim Dionys Ballmer, and Antonio Manjón Cabeza Córdoba

Hall X2
X2.344
EGU2018-11879
Zircon U-Pb ages of the Mikabu ophiolitic belt, Southwest Japan: Implications for the origin of the Shatsky Rise
Yuji Ichiyama, Shohei Takahashi, and Hisatoshi Ito

Hall X2
X2.345
EGU2018-5372
Investigating the relationship between asthenospheric upwelling, volcanism and uplift across Anatolia
Patrick Ball, Fergus McNab, Mark Hoggard, and Nicky White

Hall X2
X2.346 EGU2018-9939
Carbonatites and alkaline rocks from the Ivrea Zone (Southern Alps) related to Pangea break-up (withdrawn after no-show)
Andrea Galli, Daniele Grassi, Gino Sartori, and Omar Gianola