The magnetostratigraphy of Coniacian-Late Campanian chalk sequences in southern England

@inproceedings{Montgomery1998TheMO,
  title={The magnetostratigraphy of Coniacian-Late Campanian chalk sequences in southern England},
  author={P. Montgomery and Ernie A. Hailwood and Andrew Scott Gale and J. A. Burnett},
  year={1998}
}
Results from a detailed palaeomagnetic study of the Late Cretaceous sequences of Culver Cliff and Scratchell's Bay (Isle of Wight) and Seaford Head, East Sussex are presented. The sections range in age from Latest Turonian to early Late Campanian and consist of white chalk with flints. Hand samples and large volume rock cores have been collected. Both thermal and AF demagnetisation have been used to remove magnetic overprints. Measurements have been carried out using a CCL 'discrete sample' and… CONTINUE READING

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