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Great Meteor hotspot track
Obviously you do not know much about the topic. The "Great Meteor/New England hotspot track" is not the same thing as the "Great Meteor/New England hotspot" despite the name. The "Great Meteor/New England hotspot" is a mantle plume head that created the "Great Meteor/New England hotspot track". The "Great Meteor/New England hotspot track" is a linear zone of related igneous rocks that were formed by the "Great Meteor/New England hotspot". There are other articles on Wikipedia about hotspot tracks that have not been and should not be merged to the related hotspot articles. For example, there is the Hawaiian – Emperor seamount chain (formed by the Hawaii hotspot), the Louisville seamount chain (formed by the Louisville hotspot) and the Anahim Volcanic Belt (formed by the Anahim hotspot). And yes the "Great Meteor hotspot track" is "aka" the "New England hotspot track" simply because the "Great Meteor hotspot" is "aka" the "New England hotspot". No need to merge the two articles just because they share the same name. Furthermore, there is also the New England Seamount chain and Great Meteor Seamount, which form parts of the hotspot track. Anyway, I highly oppose merging of the "Great Meteor hotspot track" and "New England hotspot" articles. Volcanoguy 02:20, 8 February 2012 (UTC)
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