Hotspot (geology)
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The places known as hotspots or hot spots in geology are volcanic regions thought to be fed by underlying mantle that is anomalously hot compared with the mantle elsewhere. They may be unanimously hot, and provide a great deal of molten magma. They may be on, near to, or far from tectonic plate boundaries. There are two hypotheses to explain them. One suggests that they are due to hot mantle plumes that rise as thermal diapirs from the core-mantle boundary. The other hypothesis postulates that it is not high temperature that causes the volcanism, but lithospheric extension that permits the passive rising of melt from shallow depths. This hypothesis considers the term "hotspot" to be a misnomer, asserting that the mantle source beneath them is, in fact, not anomalously hot at all. Well known examples include Hawaii and Yellowstone.

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Als Hotspots [ˈhɔt.spɔ͡ts] (engl.: ‚heiße Flecken‘) werden mit Manteldiapiren in Zusammenhang stehende, lokal begrenzte, relativ stationäre, besonders heiße Bereiche in der Asthenosphäre bezeichnet, die sich in der darüberliegenden Erdkruste durch vulkanische Aktivität oder zumindest durch eine erhöhte Wärmeflussdichte äußern. Hotspot-Vulkanismus tritt meist in größerer Entfernung von Plattenrändern auf. Man spricht hierbei auch von Intraplattenvulkanismus. Die Möglichkeit der Existenz von Hotspots als Ursache für Intraplattenvulkanismus wurde erstmals 1963 von dem Geologen John Tuzo Wilson in Erwägung gezogen.

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Hotspot (Geologie) – Wikipedia
Als Hotspots [ˈhɔt.spɔ͡ts] (engl.: ‚heiße Flecken') werden mit Manteldiapiren in Zusammenhang stehende, lokal begrenzte, relativ stationäre, besonders heiße ...
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Hotspot (geology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The places known as hotspots or hot spots in geology are volcanic regions thought to be fed by underlying mantle that is anomalously hot compared with the  ...
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Hotspot (geology) - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In geology, a hotspot or hot spot is a portion of the Earth's surface which experiences volcanism. This may be caused by a rising mantle plume or some other ...
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Hotspot (geology) - Science Daily
In geology, a hotspot is a location on the Earth's surface that has experienced active volcanism for a long period of time. Hotspots were thought to be caused by  ...
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Volcanic Hot Spots - Geology For Kids - By KidsGeo.com
When a hot spot forms in the middle of a plate, it remains constant, as the plate continues to move over it. The result is that a trail of volcanoes is left behind, with  ...
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Plate Tectonics and the Hawaiian Hot Spot
Plate Tectonics and the Hawaiian Hot Spot Republished from Eruptions of Hawaiian Volcanoes - Past, Present, and Future by Robert. Tilling, Christina Heliker, and Donald.
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Hawaii: Geology, Plate Tectonics/Hot Spot - MarineBio.net
Hawaii is geologically a unique place on Earth because it is caused by a 'hot spot .' Most islands are found at tectonic plate boundaries either from spreading ...
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A Hotspot Alternative - About.com Geology
Mantle plumes--those big burps of superhot magma from the deepest mantle--aren't the only theory in town any more when it comes to hotspots.
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hot spot (geology) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
hot spot, Region of the Earth's upper mantle that upwells to melt through the crust to form a volcanic feature. Most volcanoes that cannot be ascribed either to a ...
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What is a Hot Spot? | Volcano World
Mantle plumes are areas of hot, upwelling mantle. A hot spot develops above the plume. Magma generated by the hot spot rises through the rigid plates of the ...
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10. Jan. 2014 ... In der Geologie ist ein Hot-Spot eine Stelle unter der Erdkruste an der ... http:// www.uni-muenster.de/MineralogieMuseum/vulkane/Vulkan-5.htm ...
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Hotspot-Vulkanismus wird durch Plumes aus Quellen im tieferen Erdmantel .... University) und Roger Larson (University of Rhode Island) haben sich in der ...
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Cal State Fullerton scientist James Parham and colleagues from the Smithsonian Institution, Universidad de Chile and other institutions have discovered ...
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Department of Geology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. ... 23 January 2014: Fossil hot spot bears new dolphin The discovery of a previously ...
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Department of Geology, University of Auckland, Auckland ... presence of a region of hot rock known as a hot spot or plume located about 100km beneath the city.
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Institut für Erdwissenschaften - Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz ... Schematische Darstellung eines Hot Spots am Beispiel. Hawaii. Quelle: US Geological Survey ...
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Hotspot (Geology)
Hotspot (Geology)
Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster, 2010
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Oceanic Hotspots: Intraplate Submarine Magmatism and Tectonism
Oceanic Hotspots: Intraplate Submarine Magmatism and Tectonism
Roger Hekinian, Peter Stoffers und Jean-Louis Chemin\xe9e von Springer, 2012
Ocean Hotspots provides a comprehensive overview of recent and ongoing research on intraplate volcanism in the ocean basins with special emphasis on the Pacific Ocean. The geology of the seamounts and their associated seamount chains is described, along with detailed geophysical, geochemical and hydrothermal observations made by a multi-disciplinar...
Regional Geology: Canadian Shield, Messinian Salinity ...
Regional Geology: Canadian Shield, Messinian Salinity ...
Source Wikipedia, Books Llc, 2010
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Windows Into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
Windows Into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
Robert B. Smith und Lee J. Siegel von Oxford Univ Pr, 2000
Millions of years ago, the North American continent was dragged over the world's largest continental hotspot (a hug column of molten rock rising from the earth's interior), tracing a 5 mile wide, 500 mile long path northeastward across Idaho and generating huge volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The hotspot lifted the Yellowstone Plateau...
Caribbean Geology: Into the Third Millenium : Transactions ...
Caribbean Geology: Into the Third Millenium : Transactions ...
Trevor A. Jackson, 2002
A connection of Caribbean oceanic crust material with the Galapagos hotspot is, therefore, not feasible. DISCUSSION It is considered that the isotopic characteristics of the basalts associated with the Caribbean flood basalt indicate a relation ...
The Geology of Australia
The Geology of Australia
David Johnson von Cambridge University Press, 2009
The Geology of Australia provides a vivid and informative account of the evolution of the Australian continent over the last 4400 million years. Starting with the Precambrian rocks that hold clues to the origins of life and the development of an oxygenated atmosphere, it goes on to cover the warm seas, volcanism and episodes of mountain building, w...
Supervolcano: Types of Volcanic Eruptions, Magma, Hotspot ...
Supervolcano: Types of Volcanic Eruptions, Magma, Hotspot ...
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, 2010
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Regional Geology and Tectonics: Principles of Geologic Analysis
Regional Geology and Tectonics: Principles of Geologic Analysis
A. W. Bally, David G. Roberts, 2012
l No LIPs have associated volcanic island/seamount chains (Anderson, 1994c). l There is great variability among hotspots. l There is little evidence for plumes extending from the surface to the core–mantle boundary (Christiansen et al., 2002; ...
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Geology Word of the Week: H is for Hotspot - Georneys - AGU Blogosphere
Travertine forming at a hotspring, Yellowstone hotspot, Fall 2005.  def. Hotspot: 1.
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The elusive Hawaiian hot spot spoils a nice geological story
Jun 4 The elusive Hawaiian hot spot spoils a nice geological story Huge pool of magma (dark pink) interpreted to be under the earth's crust west of Hawaii superimposed on a seismic scattering image (from Cao, Q., et al., ref. 4).It is often claimed that the Hawaiian Islands provide an impossible problem for biblical geology and the young earth.
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hot spot (geology) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Region of the Earth’s upper mantle that upwells to melt through the crust to form a volcanic feature. Most volcano es that cannot be ascribed either to a subduction zone or to seafloor spreading at midocean...
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hotspot: Definition from Answers.com
hot spot (1) A small, radio-bright region in a lobe of a radio galaxy , thought to be caused by high-speed material in a jet colliding with the boundary
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Volcanic and Biological Hotspots | Geology for Global Development
Geology for Global Development followed Professor Iain Stewart’s BBC two TV series (June 2013), ‘Rise of the Continents‘ with interest. In the first episode, Iain mentioned something that really caught our attention – the strange volcanoes along the East African rift valley and their effect on soils and wildlife. Each year, as the rainy season transforms the Serengeti, a nutrient hotspot emerges: a small patch of grass that is exceptionally rich in calcium and phosphorous, essential nutrients for healthy calf development.
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Geology on an epic scale: the Yellowstone caldera | Highly Allochthonous
Posted on July 21, 2010 by Chris Rowan.
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Mystery of Santa Barbara Hot Spot Solved? | The Geology News Blog
The mystery hot spot near Santa Barbara in the Dick Smith Wilderness has apparently been solved by researchers from the University of California at Santa Barbara and the USGS. The thermal anomaly is centered in a three-acre, highly disrupted slide deposit in a recently active, seventeen-acre rotational/translational landslide. The landslide is within the Eocene shales and siltstones of the Juncal Formation, a distal submarine fan deposit that contains traces of iron sulfides, organic material, and carbonate (Dibblee, 1966; Onderdonk, 2003). Interestingly enough, I found this article on About.com who listed this website on the front page of their geology section last week! Scroll down a few posts to find out.
geology.rockbandit.net/2005/10/20/mystery-of-santa-barbara-hot-spot-solved/
Galapagos Island Geography and Geology – Part One – The Tectonic Plates and Hot Spots Created the Volcanic Islands - Galápagos Eco Lodge: The Blog
Part One of a Three-Part series about Galapagos Islands' geography and geology written by Harry Jimenez, guide certified by the Galapagos National Park Service. Here, he explains the natural formation of the Galapagos Islands by the movement of tectonic plates that caused volcanoes. Part Two discusses volcanoes and Part Three discusses ocean currents, both explaining how these natural phenomenon contribute to the unique characteristics, marine, land and bird life of each island.
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