magnetostratigraphy

magnetostratigraphy

[mag¦ned·ō·strə′tig·rə·fē]
(geology)
A branch of stratigraphy in which sedimentary successions are described and interpreted in terms of remanent magnetization.
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However, the position of the Evangeline Member assemblage in the lower part of the basin section, well below strata dated as Norian based on magnetostratigraphy (see below), and below the position of the boundary between TS II and TS III, suggests a Carnian age.
Qiao Y, Guo Z, Hao Q, Wu W, Jiang W, Yuan B, Zhang Z, Wei J, Zhao H (2003) Loess-soil sequences in southern Anhui Province: Magnetostratigraphy and paleoclimatic significance.
Using magnetostratigraphy -- dating fossils based on the distinctive patterns of reversals in Earth's magnetic field, which are recorded in layers of rock -- Tseng and his team were able to estimate the age of the skull at between 4.
Magnetostratigraphy of the Evron Member--implications for the age of the Middle Acheulian site of Evron Quarry.
7 Ma based on biostratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy, and correlation (Hooker et al.
Magnetostratigraphy of Miocene-Pliocene Zagros foreland deposits in the front of the Push-e Kush Arc (Lurestan Province, Iran).
The hole in the center was left when a core sample was extracted so the fossil could be dated using a process called magnetostratigraphy.
Pillans B, Bourman R (2001) Mid Pleistocene arid shift in southern Australia, dated by magnetostratigraphy.
Chapters cover definitions, terminology, and practice in lithostratigraphy, chemostratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, isotope geochronology, and chronostratigraphic correlations and units.
11:00 MAGNETOSTRATIGRAPHY SUSCEPTIBILITY USED FOR HIGH
These new tools include magnetostratigraphy, cycle stratigraphy, chemostratigraphy and sequence stratigraphy.
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