International Conference on Arctic Margins, Ottawa, Canada

Reference list to accompany the poster: “Geochemical and isotopic constraints on the origin of Aptian basalts from Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian HALIP” by Frances M. Deegan et al.

J. H. Bédard, et al., Geochemical systematics of High Arctic Large Igneous Province continental tholeiites from Canada – Evidence for progressive crustal contamination in the plumbing system. J. Petrol. 62, 1–39 (2021).

D.M. Dockman et al., Timing and origin of magmatism in the Sverdrup Basin, Northern Canada-Implcations for lithospheric evolution in the High Arctic Large Igneous Province (HALIP). Tectonophysics 742-742, 50-65 (2018).

S. Estrada, et al., Multistage Cretaceous magmatism in the northern coastal region of Ellesmere Island and its relation to the formation of Alpha Ridge – evidence from aeromagnetic, geochemical and geochronological data. Nor. J. Geol. 96, 2 (2016).

J.G. Fitton, et al., Does depleted mantle form an intrinsic part of the Iceland plume? Geochem. Gephys. Geosystems. 4, 3 (2003).