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Paleomagnetism: Magnetic Domains to Geologic Terranes
Introduction to geomagnetism Ferromagnetic minerals Origins of natural remanent magnetism Sampling, measurement, and display of NRM Paleomagnetic stability Statistics of paleomagnetic dataExpand
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Lower extremity stiffness: implications for performance and injury.
BACKGROUND Lower extremity stiffness is thought to be an important factor in musculoskeletal performance. However, too little or too much stiffness is believed to increase the risk of musculoskeletalExpand
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2.6-Million-year-old stone tools and associated bones from OGS-6 and OGS-7, Gona, Afar, Ethiopia.
CRAFT Research Center, 419 N. Indiana Avenue, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 47405, USA Department of Anthropology, Southern Connecticut State University, 501 Crescent Street, New Haven, CTExpand
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Tectonic history of the Altyn Tagh fault system in northern Tibet inferred from Cenozoic sedimentation
The active left-slip Altyn Tagh fault defines the northern edge of the Tibetan plateau. To determine its deformation history we conducted integrated research on Cenozoic stratigraphic sections in theExpand
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Essentials of Paleomagnetism
1. THE PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM 2. THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD 3. INDUCED AND REMANENT MAGNETISM 4. MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY AND DOMAINS 5. MAGNETIC HYSTERESIS 6. MAGNETIC MINERALOGY 7. HOW ROCKS GET AND STAYExpand
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Calibration of the Great American Interchange
From radioisotopic (potassium-argon) age determinations of tuffs and magnetostratigraphy of Late Tertiary mammal-bearing beds in Catamarca Province, northwest Argentina, refined estimates have beenExpand
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Stratigraphy and chronology of Upper Cretaceous–lower Paleogene strata in Bolivia and northwest Argentina
Integration of sequence stratigraphy, magnetostratigraphy, Ar/Ar dating, and paleontology considerably advances knowledge of the Late Cretaceous–early Paleogene chronostratigraphy and tectonicExpand
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Theoretical single‐domain grain size range in magnetite and titanomagnetite
A theoretical model of single-domain (SD) grain sizes is applied to magnetite and titanomagnetite. In this model, transition to a two-domain configuration takes place at the SD threshold d0. ThisExpand
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U-Th-Pb geochronology of the Coast Mountains batholith in north-coastal British Columbia: Constraints on age and tectonic evolution
Previously published and new U-Pb geochronologic analyses provide 313 zircon and 59 titanite ages that constrain the igneous and cooling history of the Coast Mountains batholith in north-coastalExpand
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High times on the Tibetan Plateau: Paleoelevation of the Thakkhola graben, Nepal
East-west extension in the Tibetan Plateau is generally assumed to have resulted from gravitational collapse following thickening and uplift. On the basis of this assumption, several studies haveExpand
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