Hetu Sheth
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Geochemistry of flood basalts of the Toranmal section, northern Deccan Traps, India: implications for regional Deccan stratigraphy
JJ Mahoney, HC Sheth, D Chandrasekharam, ZX Peng
Journal of Petrology 41 (7), 1099-1120, 2000
1492000
Flood basalts and large igneous provinces from deep mantle plumes: fact, fiction, and fallacy
HC Sheth
Tectonophysics 311 (1-4), 1-29, 1999
1301999
Pin-pricking the elephant: Evidence on the origin of the Ontong Java Plateau from Pb-Sr-Hf-Nd isotopic characteristics of ODP Leg 192 basalts
MLG Tejada, JJ Mahoney, PR Castillo, SP Ingle, HC Sheth, D Weis
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 229 (1), 133-150, 2004
1292004
Structure and emplacement of the Nandurbar–Dhule mafic dyke swarm, Deccan Traps, and the tectonomagmatic evolution of flood basalts
R Ray, HC Sheth, J Mallik
Bulletin of Volcanology 69 (5), 537, 2007
1132007
‘Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs)’: Definition, recommended terminology, and a hierarchical classification
HC Sheth
Earth-Science Reviews 85 (3-4), 117-124, 2007
1102007
The feeder system of the Deccan Traps (India): insights from dike geochemistry
L Vanderkluysen, JJ Mahoney, PR Hooper, HC Sheth, R Ray
Journal of Petrology 52 (2), 315-343, 2011
962011
From Deccan to Réunion: no trace of a mantle plume
HC Sheth
Special Papers-Geological Society of America 388, 477, 2005
872005
Geology and geochemistry of the Sangamner mafic dike swarm, western Deccan volcanic province, India: implications for regional stratigraphy
NR Bondre, WK Hart, HC Sheth
The Journal of geology 114 (2), 155-170, 2006
802006
40Ar–39Ar age of the St. Mary’s Islands volcanics, southern India: record of India–Madagascar break-up on the Indian subcontinent
K Pande, HC Sheth, R Bhutani
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 193 (1-2), 39-46, 2001
792001
40Ar‐39Ar ages of Bombay trachytes: Evidence for a Palaeocene phase of Deccan volcanism
HC Sheth, K Pande, R Bhutani
Geophysical Research Letters 28 (18), 3513-3516, 2001
792001
Beyond subduction and plumes: a unified tectonic-petrogenetic model for the Mexican Volcanic Belt
HC Sheth, IS Torres-Alvarado, SP Verma
International Geology Review 42 (12), 1116-1132, 2000
792000
Plume-related regional pre-volcanic uplift in the Deccan Traps: Absence of evidence, evidence of absence
HC Sheth
Geological Society of America Special Paper, 2007
66*2007
The High Deccan duricrusts of India and their significance for the ‘laterite’issue
CD Ollier, HC Sheth
Journal of Earth System Science 117 (5), 537, 2008
652008
Highly heterogeneous Precambrian basement under the central Deccan Traps, India: direct evidence from xenoliths in dykes
R Ray, AD Shukla, HC Sheth, JS Ray, RA Duraiswami, L Vanderkluysen, ...
Gondwana Research 13 (3), 375-385, 2008
652008
The Mount Pavagadh volcanic suite, Deccan Traps: geochemical stratigraphy and magmatic evolution
HC Sheth, L Melluso
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 32 (1), 5-21, 2008
652008
Were the Deccan flood basalts derived in part from ancient oceanic crust within the Indian continental lithosphere?
HC Sheth
Gondwana Research 8 (2), 109-127, 2005
632005
A historical approach to continental flood basalt volcanism: insights into pre-volcanic rifting, sedimentation, and early alkaline magmatism
HC Sheth
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 168 (1-2), 19-26, 1999
621999
What is the" calc-alkaline rock series"?
HC Sheth, IS Torres-Alvarado, SP Verma
International Geology Review 44 (8), 686-701, 2002
582002
A reappraisal of the coastal Panvel flexure, Deccan Traps, as a listric-fault-controlled reverse drag structure
HC Sheth
Tectonophysics 294 (1-2), 143-149, 1998
561998
Elemental and Nd–Sr–Pb isotope geochemistry of flows and dikes from the Tapi rift, Deccan flood basalt province, India
D Chandrasekharam, JJ Mahoney, HC Sheth, RA Duncan
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 93 (1-2), 111-123, 1999
551999
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