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Catalogue of Paleomagnetic Directions and Poles

Geomagnetic Service of Canada.

Catalogue of Paleomagnetic Directions and Poles

Second Issue: Precambrian Results 1957-1974.

by Geomagnetic Service of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesGeomagnetic Service of Canada Geomagnetic Series -- 03
ContributionsIrving, E., Hastie, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21902268M

  Summary. Red sedimentary rocks of the Stoer Group ( My BP) were resampled through their stratigraphic range ( m at Stoer Bay). The mean direction of magnetization after thermal cleaning at ° C is , +29 (α 95 = 8°) with a corresponding palaeomagnetic pole at 35° N, ° E. This result is not significantly different from that obtained previously from studies of natural remanent Cited by: The paleomagnetic angle of _____, also known as magnetic dip, is measured between the Earth's surface and a line of magnetic force directed toward a magnetic pole. Inclination A line from a given location to the magnetic pole will be offset from a line to the respective geographic pole by .

General information. The PALEOMAGIA database is intended for the use of the global geo- and paleomagnetic research community to allow an easy access to Precambrian paleomagnetic data. In addition to the data published in Global Paleomagnetic Database [Pisarevsky, ], it includes a wealth of new information mostly gathered from peer-reviewed.   The age (millions of years) of these "paleomagnetic" poles is shown in the upper left corner of the screen. The colors represent paleopoles from different continents (North America is dark green).

Paleomagnetic studies Investigations of the orientation and(or) intensity of the Earth's magnetic field in the past, as recorded in geologic materials. The magnetic poles wander about the Earth's axis of rotation, and the paleomagnetic pole position at the time of cooling of a . This version of the IAGA (International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy) Global Palaeomagnetic Database contains paleomagnetic poles from rock units published in articles up to December inclusive. This version has just been also completely updated using the latest International Stratigraphic Chart published by the International Commision on Stratigraphy on .


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Catalogue of Paleomagnetic Directions and Poles by Geomagnetic Service of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Poles are then presented, leading to a discussion of paleomagnetic sampling of geomagnetic secular variation. Here you acquire methods for judging the next level of paleomagnetic analysis: the data set of site-mean directions and the paleomagnetic pole determined from those directions.

Examples of paleomagnetic poles. Paleomagnetism: Magnetic Domains to Geologic Terranes This electronic version of Paleomagnetism: Magnetic Domains to Geologic Terranes is made available for the use of “students of paleomagnetism.” In this context, “student” means anyone who has sufficient interest in paleomagnetism to read through this text in an effort to gain a basicFile Size: 2MB.

Paleomagnetic Evidence In the s and s, technology had advanced to the stage at which paleomagnetic fields from the geologic past could be measured with some reliability from rocks. Just as Wegener's geologic work identified where the geographical poles had been in the geologic past, that of geophysicists was starting to determine where.

Paleomagnetic Principles and Practices. Lisa Tauxe, offers an on-line version of companion software to the book Paleomagnetic Principles and PMAG programs are designed to operate in a UNIX (or LINUX) environment.

Web edition of the book: Essentials of Paleomagnetism by Tauxe, L., Butler, R., Banerjee, S.K. and van der Voo, R.

and published by the University of California Press (). Observed distributions of field directions and poles are shown in Fig. Data are taken from the Quideleur et al. () database which is a collection of paleomagnetic directions obtained from volcanic rocks of Cited by: Mean Paleomagnetic Poles for the Major Continents and the Pacific Plate Richard G.

Gordon and Rob Van der Voo 1. ABSTRACT Apparent polar wander is the motion of Earth’s spin axis relative to a reference frame that is usually fixed relative to a tectonic plate or stable interior of a con- tinent.

gather all Precambrian paleomagnetic directions and poles in a coherent way, preferring listed data from original articles and s upplementing it with GPMDB, various catalogue.

This book explains the use and techniques of paleomagnetism to map the movement of major portions of the Earth's surface through time. Written for a geological audience, the initial chapters provide the basic essentials for understanding the value and significance of paleomagnetic results.

The later chapters are unique in bringing together the vast amounts of available paleomagnetic data and. Paleomagnetic data are useful in many applications in Earth Science from determining paleocurrent directions to analyzing the long-term behavior of the geomagnetic field.

In this book, an attempt has been made to draw together the various principles and practices within paleomagnetism in a consistent and up-to-date manner. It includes many Cited by: The reliability of paleomagnetic data. In: R. Van der Voo and P.W. Schmidt (Editors), Reliability of Paleomagnetic Data.

Tectonophysics, A set of seven reliability criteria has been applied to a previously published Phanerozoic paleopole database for Europe and North America and a Late Precambrian data set for by: Catalogue of paleomagnetic directions and poles from Fennoscandia: Archean to Tertiary.

Tectonophysics,Phanerozoic polar wander, palaeogeography and. puter catalogue of palaeomagnetic directions and poles from Fennoscandia published by LIhde and Pesonen () and stored in the VAX com- puter of the Geological Survey of Finland.

How- ever, this catalogue had several drawbacks. First, a thorough review of the literature revealed that. Paleomagnetic Pole Determination Process: (1) Find Rocks of right age. (2) Sample extensively to a)eliminate secular variation effects b)determine or average out local tilt c)fold test where possible d)determine alpha95 on pole 3) Determine inclination and declination.

Infer latitude and orientation. Start studying Geology- Magnetic Field and Paleomagnetism. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Paleomagnetism (or palaeomagnetism in the United Kingdom) is the study of the record of the Earth's magnetic field in rocks, sediment, or archeological materials.

Certain minerals in rocks lock-in a record of the direction and intensity of the magnetic field when they form. This record provides information on the past behavior of Earth's magnetic field and the past location of tectonic plates.

The geomagnetic poles are antipodal points where the axis of a best-fitting dipole intersects the surface of theoretical dipole is equivalent to a powerful bar magnet at the center of Earth and comes closer than any other model to accounting for the magnetic field observed at Earth's surface.

In contrast, the magnetic poles of the actual Earth are not antipodal; that is, the line on. PALEOMAGNETISM: Magnetic Domains to Geologic Terranes By Robert F. Butler Originally published by Blackwell Scientific Publications, Because this book is no longer in print and Blackwell has declined to print a second edition, I am publishing it myself using PageMaker and Adobe Acrobat in response to requests by colleagues at universities within the U.S.

and around the world. Earth scientists who use paleomagnetic data in their research and students taking a class with paleomagnetic contents will find having this book satisfying, those working in Unix benefiting the most." (Marek Lewandavski in Pure and Applied Geophysics, () "This book is written with authority in a clear, easy-to-read : Lisa Tauxe.

The reliability of an Apparent Polar Wander Path (APWP) obviously depends on the paleomagnetic poles used to determine it.

The APWP of Africa and South America are fairly well defined for the – Ma interval. However, this study pointed out a moderate shift between these two curves, and an incoherency of the South American data, contrary to the African ones, which are by: 4.

This gives the angular standard deviation of the mean directions, as calculated by s = 81/√k. S* This gives the angular standard deviation of the paleomagnetic poles, used most prominently in the paleosecular variation (PSV) analysis [e.g.

Smirnov et al., ]. No within-site correction has been made for values in this column. The direction of the magnetic meridian is established from the direction of the horizontal component of the vector, and the paleomagnetic latitude Φ is determined from the magnitude of the inclination of the vector at the rock collection site.

Systematic paleomagnetic research has been conducted in various countries since the early ’s.An APWP is a time series of paleomagnetic poles showing pole movement relative to a particular plate or collection of plates. It is usually calculated by averaging many paleomagnetic poles from individual geologic formations grouped by age (e.g., Irving and Irving, ; Besse and Courtillot, ; Schettino and Scotese, ).

The paper presents the results of analyzing the set of dual-polarity paleomagnetic results the Global Paleomagnetic Database (GPMDB). The dataset was expanded by the results from the Paleomagnetic Data Catalogue for the USSR and with new data published after Some results were rejected to avoid the influence of overprints of ancient and recent by: 7.