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Caribbean large igneous province
The Caribbean large igneous province consists of a major flood basalt, which created this large igneous province. It the source of the current large eastern Pacific oceanic plateau, of which the Caribbean-Colombian oceanic plateau is the tectonized remnant. The deeper levels of the plateau have been exposed on its margins at the North and South American plates. The volcanism took place between 139 and 69 million years ago. The plateau volume has been estimated as on the order of 4 x 106 km³. It has been linked to the Galapagos hot spot. 
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