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Opaque minerals, magnetic properties, and paleomagnetism ...

magnetic properties, and paleomagnetic record of the Tissint heavily shocked olivine-phyric shergottite that fell to Earth in 2011. The magnetic mineralogy of Tissint consists of about 0.6 wt% of pyrrhotite and 0.1 wt% of low-Ti titanomagnetite (in the range ulv€ospinel 3 –15 magnetite 85–97).

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Diagenetic modification of magnetic properties observed in ...

Apr 20, 2007 · Since the pioneering work by Kobayashi and Nomura (1972), several authors have studied the paleomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of the Japan Sea sediments (Hamano and Krumsiek, 1992, Torii et al., 1992, Vigliotti, 1997, Vigliotti et al., 1999, Yamazaki et al., 2003).

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Sediment Magnetic and Paleomagnetic Data from Buck Lake ...

Sampling: Samples used for paleomagnetic directions, magnetic susceptibility, and laboratory induced magnetizations were taken approximately every 5 cm. The majority of the core was soft, and a cube with a volume of 3.2 cm3 oriented with respect to the top of .

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Magnetic Properties of Marine Limestones - ResearchGate

magnetic properties have often been neglected. In this review, geological and rock magnetic factors which determine whether marine limestones are suitable for paleomagnetic study are summarized, and laboratory techniques for the identification of the magnetic mineralogy are evaluated. The conditions

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Rock magnetic properties of dendrites: insights from MFM ...

Rock magnetic properties of dendrites: insights from MFM imaging and implications for paleomagnetic studies. 15 Pages. Rock magnetic properties of dendrites: insights from MFM imaging and implications for paleomagnetic studies. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 2013. Ron Shaar. Joshua Feinberg. Ron Shaar.

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Nanomagnetic properties of the meteorite cloudy zone | PNAS

Dec 04, 2018 · The cloudy zone acquires paleomagnetic remanence via a sequence of magnetic domain state transformations (vortex to two domain to single domain), driven by Fe–Ni ordering at 320 °C. Rather than remanence being recorded at different times at different positions throughout the cloudy zone, each subregion of the cloudy zone records a coherent snapshot of the magnetic field that was present at .

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Rock Magnetic Properties of Laguna Carmen (Tierra del ...

The magnetic properties have shown variable values, showing changes in both grain size and concentration of magnetic minerals. It was found that the main carrier of remanence is magnetite with the presence of hematite in very low percentages.

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Paleomagnetic records and mineral-magnetic properties of ...

Abstract. The paleomagnetic records and mineral-magnetic properties of unconsolidated core sediment from the east Mariana Basin of the western Pacific have been analyzed to trace the time-dependent variations in sedimentary environments.

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58. PALEOMAGNETISM AND SOME MAGNETIC .

This report is based on magnetic measurements of 399 igneous-rock specimens from Holes 417D and 418A and constitutes the shipboard and shore-based paleomagnetic studies of Leg 52. Data for the individual samples are listed in an accompanying chapter (Levi et al., this volume).

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Paleomagnetic records and mineral-magnetic properties of ...

The paleomagnetic records and mineral-magnetic properties of unconsolidated core sediment from the east Mariana Basin of the western Pacific have been analyzed to trace the time-dependent variations in sedimentary environments.

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Opaque minerals, magnetic properties, and paleomagnetism ...

We present a description of opaque minerals, opaque mineral compositions, magnetic properties, and paleomagnetic record of the Tissint heavily shocked olivine-phyric shergottite that fell to Earth in 2011. The magnetic mineralogy of Tissint consists of about 0.6 wt% of pyrrhotite and 0.1 wt% of low-Ti titanomagnetite (in the range ulvöspinel 3 ...

PALEOMAGNETIC AND ROCK MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF .

paleomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of tertiary volcanic and intrusive rocks of the eocene absaroka volcanic supergroup, northeastern yellowstone national park HARLAN, Stephen S., Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030, [email protected] and MORGAN, Lisa A., U.S. Geological Survey, PO Box 25046, MS ...

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Rock magnetic properties of dendrites: insights from MFM ...

Rock magnetic properties of dendrites: insights from MFM imaging and implications for paleomagnetic studies Ron Shaar Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, 92093‐0220 USA

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Paleomagnetic and geological implications of magnetic ...

Preliminary measurements of magnetic properties of Triassic diabase in southeastern Pennsylvania imply a Triassic geomagnetic pole in central Siberia, at 62°N, 105°E. This pole is virtually identical to that obtained from paleomagnetic studies of rocks of similar age in New Jersey and Arizona.

  • Published in: Journal of Geophysical Research · 1965Authors: Myrl E BeckAffiliation: United States Geological SurveyAbout: Magnetic moment · Secular variation · Specific gravityGet Price

PALEOMAGNETIC AND ROCK MAGNETIC RESULTS

Magnetic Properties and Stability Tests. A total of 521 discrete samples were collected from cores in Hole 900A for shore-based measurements. A U-channel sample was also taken from Core 10R for a detailed polarity transition study. The quality of the paleomagnetic data from Site 900 depends strongly on the lithology of the recovered material ...

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Paleomagnetism and Rock Magnetic Properties from ...

Magnetic intensities for samples ranged from 0.12 A/m to 5.9 A/m, with volume susceptibilities of 2.14x10-4 to 1.45x10-3 SI; Q ratios range from 0.67 to 23.8. As expected, most sites yield well-defined paleomagnetic directions of north declination and moderate positive inclination consistent with remanence acquisition during the Brunhes ...

  • Authors: Stephen S Harlan · Lou Ann MorganAbout: Rock magnetism · Volcanic rockGet Price

Rock and Paleomagnetic Investigations Technical Detailed ...

paleomagnetic and rock magnetic properties presented in support of the NNWSI Project, and any calibrations or recalibrations required shall be in accordance with this Technical Detailed Procedure and will vary from it only if and when this procedure is formally revised.

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Paleomagnetic and geological implications of magnetic ...

Preliminary measurements of magnetic properties of Triassic diabase in southeastern Pennsylvania imply a Triassic geomagnetic pole in central Siberia, at 62°N, 105°E. This pole is virtually identical to that obtained from paleomagnetic studies of rocks of similar age in New Jersey and Arizona.

  • Published in: Journal of Geophysical Research · 1965Authors: Myrl E BeckAffiliation: United States Geological SurveyAbout: Magnetic moment · Secular variation · Specific gravityGet Price

17. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF BASEMENT ROCKS, LEG 31, .

Although routine paleomagnetic work was done for all samples, the main emphasis was on a detailed study of the magnetic mineral components. The aim of these measurements is an identification of the ferrimagnetic phases, in particular of their oxidation state. The effects of alteration on magnetic properties of the ore minerals are discussed.

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PALEOMAGNETIC AND ROCK MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF .

paleomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of tertiary volcanic and intrusive rocks of the eocene absaroka volcanic supergroup, northeastern yellowstone national park HARLAN, Stephen S., Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030, [email protected] and MORGAN, Lisa A., U.S. Geological Survey, PO Box 25046, MS ...

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THE PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM

Paleomagnetism is the study of the magnetic properties of rocks. It is one of the most broadly applicable disciplines in geophysics, having uses in diverse fields such as geo- magnetism, tectonics, paleoceanography, volcanology, paleontology, and sedimentology.

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