K. M. Creer
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Recent Soviet data support the hypothesis that the Lower Palaeozoic rock formations of the United States, Europe and Russia were severely remagnetized in the Upper Palaeozoic.
Reconstruction of the arrangement of the continents during the Palaeozoic period deduced from palaeomagnetic data is virtually identical to the traditional geologically based reconstruction.
THE frequency of geomagnetic field reversals has not been constant throughout Phanerozoic time and there have been long intervals during which few, if any, reversals occurred; this is in contrast to… Continue Reading
THE position of the Devonian pole relative to Britain, was originally deduced from palaeomagnetic measurements on the Old Red Sandstone formation from S. Wales1. It was apparently confirmed later by… Continue Reading
Van Andel and Hospers's1 conclusion that an inclination error is present in sedimentary rocks throughout the geological column is considered highly premature for the following reasons, (a)… Continue Reading
IN a recent article1, I demonstrated how palæomagnetic data for South America, Africa, Australia, Europe and North America can be used to reconstruct the positions of these continents in the… Continue Reading
PALÆOMAGNETIC surveys of Devonian rocks from Great Britain have been carried, out on the Old Red Sandstone rocks from the Anglo–Welsh Cuvette1, and on Lower Devonian lavas from the Midland Valley of… Continue Reading