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Carson, H.L., and Clague, D.C., in press, Introduction to the biogeography of Hawaii, in Patterns of speciation and biogeography of Hawaiian biota, Warren L. Wagner Symposium Volume, American Society of Taxonomists and Association of Tropical Biology.

Christiansen, 1984, Yellowstone magmatic evolution: its bearing on understanding large-volume explosive volcanism, in Boyd, F.R., ed., Explosive volcanism: Inception, evolution, and hazards: National Research Council Studies in Geophysics, Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, p. 96-109.

Clague, D.A., and Dalrymple, G.B., 1987, The Hawaiian - Emperor volcanic chain. Part 1. Geologic Evolution, in R.W. Decker, T.L. Wright, and P.H. Stauffer, eds., Volcanism in Hawaii: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1350, v. 1, p. 5-54.

Deitz, R.S., 1961, Continental and ocean basin evolution by spreading of the sea floor: Nature, v. 190, p. 30-41.

Hess, H.H., 1962, The History of ocean basins, in Engel, A.E.J., James, H.L., and Leonards, B.F., eds., Petrologic studies: a volume to honor A.F. Buddington: Boulder, CO, Geological Society of America, p. 599-620.

Morgan, W.J., 1968, Rises, trenches, great faults, and crustal blocks: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 73, p. 1959-1982.

Morgan, J., 1971, Convection plumes in the lower mantle: Nature, v. 230, p. 42-43.

Newhall, C.G., and Dzurisin, D., 1988, Historical unrest at large calderas of the world: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1855, v. 2, p. 755-772.

Smith, R.B., and Braile, L.W., 1983, Crustal structure and evolution of an explosive silicic volcanic system at Yellowstone National Park, in Boyd, F.R., ed., Explosive volcanism: Inception, evolution, and hazards: National Research Council Studies in Geophysics, Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, p. 96-109.

Vine, F.J., and Matthews, D.H., 1963, Magnetic anomalies over oceanic ridges: Nature, v. 199, p. 947-949.

Westervelt, W.D., 1988, Hawaiian legends of volcanoes: Rutland, VT, Charles E. Tuttle Company, 205 p.

Wilson, T., 1963a, A possible origin of the Hawaiian Islands: Canadian Journal of Physics, v. 41, p. 135-138.

Wilson, T., 1963b, Continental drift: Scientific American, v. 208, p. 86-100.

Wilson, T., 1965, A new class of faults and their bearing on continental drift: Nature, v. 207, p. 343-347.

Wilson, T., 1970, Adventures in Earth history: San Francisco, CA, W.H. Freeman, 351 p.



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