Paleointensity Record From the 2 . 7 Ga Stillwater Complex , Montana

@inproceedings{Selkin2008PaleointensityRF,
  title={Paleointensity Record From the 2 . 7 Ga Stillwater Complex , Montana},
  author={Peter Selkin},
  year={2008}
}
  • Peter Selkin
  • Published 2008
[1] The record of geomagnetic intensity captured in the 2.7 Ga Stillwater Complex (Montana, USA) provides a statistical description of the Archean geodynamo. We present results of modified Thellier paleointensity experiments on 441 core specimens, 114 of which pass strict reliability criteria. The specimens are from 53 sites spanning most of the Banded Series rocks in the Stillwater Complex. On the basis of thermochronologic and petrologic evidence, we interpret the highest temperature… CONTINUE READING

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