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References for PART B

1.
Bijwaard, H. & W. Spakman 1999. Tomographic evidence for a narrow whole mantle plume below Iceland. EPSL 166, 121-126.

2.
Foulger, G.R., M.A. Hofton, B.R. Julian, C.H. Jahn & G. Seeber 1994. Regional post-dyking deformation in NE Iceland: a third epoch of GPS measurements in 1992. J. Geod. Soc. Japan, special issue, 99-105.

3.
Larsen, G., M.T. Gudmundsson & H. Bj÷rnsson 1998. Eight centuries of periodic volcanism at the center of the Iceland hotspot revealed by glacier tephrostratigraphy. Geology 26, 943-946.

4.
Morgan, J. 1981. Hotspot tracks and the opening of the Atlandic and Indian Oceans. In: C. Emiliani (editor), The Oceanic Lithosphere. Wiley, New York, volume 7, 443-488.

5.
Stefánsson, R., F. Bergerat, M. Bonafede, R. B÷dvarsson, S. Crampin, P. Einarsson, K.L. Feigl, Á. Gu­mundsson, F. Roth, F. Sigmundsson & R. Slunga 1998. PRENLAB - final report, March 1, 1996 - February 28, 1998. Greinargerd Vedurstofu ═slands V═-G98041-JA07. Report, Icelandic Meteorological Office, ReykjavÝk, 129 pp.

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Stefßnsson, R., R. B÷dvarsson & G. Gudmundsson 1996. Iceland plume tectonics. Some speculations and facts. In: B. Thorkelsson (editor), Seismology in Europe. Papers presented at the XXV ESC General Assembly, ReykjavÝk, Iceland, September 9-14, 1996, 505-511.

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Stefßnsson, R., R. B÷­varsson, R. Slunga, P. Einarsson, S. Jakobsdóttir, H. Bungum, S. Gregersen, J. Havskov, J. Hjelme & H. Korhonen 1993. Earthquake prediction research in the South Iceland seismic zone and the SIL project. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am. 83, 696-716.

8.
Tryggvason, E. 1989. Ground deformation in Askja, Iceland: its source and possible relation to flow of the mantle plume. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 39, 61-71.

9.
Tryggvason, K., E. Huseby & R. Stefßnsson 1983. Seismic image of the hypothesized Icelandic hot spot. Tectonophysics 100, 97-118.

10.
Wolfe, C.J., I.Th. Bjarnason, J.C. VanDecar & S.C. Solomon 1997. Seismic structure of the Iceland mantle plume. Nature 385, 245-247.


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Margret Asgeirsdottir
1999-09-07