Richard E. Ernst
Richard E. Ernst
(1) Carleton University, Canada; and (2) Tomsk State Univeristy, Russia
Verified email at ErnstGeosciences.com - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
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
22042008
Revised definition of large igneous provinces (LIPs)
SE Bryan, RE Ernst
Earth-Science Reviews 86 (1-4), 175-202, 2008
5862008
Large igneous provinces
RE Ernst
Cambridge University Press, 2014
4462014
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
3872008
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
3501995
Frontiers in large igneous province research
RE Ernst, KL Buchan, IH Campbell
Lithos 79 (3-4), 271-297, 2005
3342005
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, 1992
3271992
Large mafic magmatic events through time and links to mantle-plume heads
RE Emst
Mantle plumes: Their identification through time 352, 483, 2001
3262001
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
3231997
Recognizing mantle plumes in the geological record
RE Ernst, KL Buchan
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 31 (1), 469-523, 2003
3202003
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
2972008
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
2742006
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 Present
R Ernst, W Bleeker
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47 (5), 695-739, 2010
2512010
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
2332001
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
2092009
Large igneous provinces (LIPs) and carbonatites
RE Ernst, K Bell
Mineralogy and Petrology 98 (1-4), 55-76, 2010
1802010
Longitudinal petrochemical variation in the Mackenzie dyke swarm, northwestern Canadian Shield
WRA Baragar, RE Ernst, L Hulbert, T Peterson
Journal of Petrology 37 (2), 317-359, 1996
1711996
Maximum size and distribution in time and space of mantle plumes: evidence from large igneous provinces
RE Ernst, KL Buchan
Journal of Geodynamics 34 (2), 309-342, 2002
1672002
Integrated paleomagnetism and U-Pb geochronology of mafic dikes of the eastern Anabar Shield region, Siberia: Implications for Mesoproterozoic paleolatitude of Siberia and …
RE Ernst, KL Buchan, MA Hamilton, AV Okrugin, MD Tomshin
The Journal of Geology 108 (4), 381-401, 2000
1612000
The use of mafic dike swarms in identifying and locating mantle plumes
RE Emst, KL Buchan
Mantle plumes: Their identification through time 352, 247, 2001
1582001
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