Long-term trends in paleointensity: The contribution of DSDP/ODP submarine basaltic glass collections

@inproceedings{Tauxe2006LongtermTI,
  title={Long-term trends in paleointensity: The contribution of DSDP/ODP submarine basaltic glass collections},
  author={Lisa Tauxe},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract The Deep Sea Drilling Project and the Ocean Drilling Program have been collecting fresh appearing submarine basaltic glass from the world’s oceans for over three decades. This glass has proved nearly ideal for estimating paleointensity variations of the Earth’s magnetic field. We compile here data for 726 paleointensity experiments from six publications on paleointensity using DSDP/ODP glass. We also include new data for an additional 225 specimens. These were obtained through the so… CONTINUE READING

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