Avalanches…. None of this whatsoever has been proven. But that’s what fun about it. …at the CMB. CORE. MANTLE. MANTLE. Richard. A. Muller- hero. http://muller.lbl.gov/. Avalanches at the Core-Mantle Boundary, Geophysical Research Letters , vol 29 pp 41-1 to 41-4 (2002).
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None of this whatsoever has been proven. But that’s what fun about it
Avalanches at the Core-Mantle Boundary, Geophysical Research Letters, vol 29 pp 41-1 to 41-4 (2002)
Please don’t let Charlie bite my finger…
I’m lost too mate…must be the geodynamo again. Game of chess?
Help. I have absolutely no idea where the hell I am
If several avalanches are coupled from an intense impact, could result in separate but simultaneous plumes e.g simultaneous but spatially distant plumes at 61-62Ma (Larson et al. 1999)
Mantle plumes take millions of years to reach the surface- would destroy correlations.
Kimberlite rates- 300km/s?
Slope recharge after 35Ma
Crater subduction- candidates?
Marine Extinction peak at 120Ma