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Paleomagnetic secular field variation and rock magnetism of some early holocene (<9900BP) postglacial lacustrine sediments near Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario, Canada
Paleosecular magnetic changes through a 1.5m section of post-glacial lacustrine deposits are strongly influenced by mineralogy and differential compaction. The sediments chiefly comprise clay and, in the lower one third ...
Sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the paleoproterozoic Rove and Virginia formations, southwest Superior Province
The Paleoproterozoic Rove and Virginia Formations are lithostratigraphically and chronostratigraphically correlative units which comprise the upper sedimentary strata in the Animikie basin. They sharply overlie an intensely ...
Sedimentology and geochemistry of the Mesoproterozoic Pass Lake and Rossport formations, Sibley group
The Sibley Group is an essentially unmetamorphosed, Mesoproterozoic sedimentary succession consisting of a mixture of siliciclastic and chemical sedimentary rocks. This study examined the sedimentology and geochemistry ...
Rock magnetic studies of the CY-4 drillhole through the Troodos ophiolite, Cyprus
Rock magnetic properties of 50 specimens from a continuous section through the lower layers of the Troodos ophiolite in the CY-4 drill hole, reveal an alteration and palaeomagnetic history consistent with ocean spreading. ...