Archeointensity study on baked clay samples taken from the reconstructed ancient kiln: implication for validity of the Tsunakawa-Shaw paleointensity method

@article{Yamamoto2015ArcheointensitySO,
  title={Archeointensity study on baked clay samples taken from the reconstructed ancient kiln: implication for validity of the Tsunakawa-Shaw paleointensity method},
  author={Yoshikazu Yamamoto and Masayuki Torii and Nobuyoshi Natsuhara},
  journal={Earth, Planets and Space},
  year={2015},
  volume={67},
  pages={1-13}
}
In 1972, a reconstruction experiment of a kiln had been done to reproduce an excavated kiln of the seventh century in Japan. Baked clay samples were taken from the floor surface and −20 cm level, and they have been stored after determinations of the paleomagnetic directions by partial alternating field demagnetizations. We recently applied the Tsunakawa-Shaw method to the samples to assess how reliable archeointensity results are obtained from the samples. A suite of the rock magnetic… CONTINUE READING

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