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2011

Moulin, Maud; Fluteau, Frédéric; Courtillot, Vincent; Marsh, Julian; Delpech, Guillaume; Quidelleur, Xavier; Gérard, Martine and Jay, Anne E. (2011). An attempt to constrain the age, duration, and eruptive history of the Karoo flood basalt: Naude's Nek section (South Africa). Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 116(B7), article no. B07403.

2009

Jay, Anne E.; Niocaill, Conall Mac; Widdowson, Mike; Self, Stephen and Turner, William (2009). New palaeomagnetic data from the Mahabaleshwar Plateau, Deccan Flood Basalt Province, India: implications for the volcanostratigraphic architecture of continental flood basalt provinces. Journal of the Geological Society, 166(1) pp. 13–24.

2008

Self, S.; Jay, A. E.; Widdowson, M. and Keszthelyi, L. P. (2008). Correlation of the Deccan and Rajahmundry Trap lavas: Are these the longest and largest lava flows on Earth? Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 172(1-2) pp. 3–19.

Jay, A.E. and Widdowson, M. (2008). Stratigraphy, structure and volcanology of the SE Deccan continental flood basalt province: implications for eruptive extent and volumes. Journal of the Geological Society, 165(1) pp. 177–188.

2006

Self, Stephen; Widdowson, Mike; Thordarson, Thorvaldur and Jay, Anne. E. (2006). Volatile fluxes during flood basalt eruptions and potential effects on the global environment: A Deccan perspective. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 248(1-2) pp. 518–532.

2005

Jay, Anne E. (2005). Volcanic architecture of the Deccan Traps, western Maharashtra, India: an integrated chemostratigraphic and paleomagnetic study. PhD thesis The Open University. file

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