palaeomagnetic love

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to palaeomagnetism

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  • The region contains the remains of hearths, some dated as being 30,000 years old, which because of their resistance to erosion, provide an ideal source for palaeomagnetic measurements.

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  • Multiply this up by the need for wide areal coverage, the need for proxies of solar radiation (cosmogenic isotopes), aerosols (dust and palaeomagnetic measurements in ice cores and loess deposits), cloud cover, precipitation etc. and we can see the need for strong inter-disciplinary programmes.

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  • The new palaeomagnetic series yields a systematically lower dipole moment in the past, compared to the earliergeomagnetic reconstructions.

    Acceptance Dates « Climate Audit

  • Recently, a new series of the palaeomagnetic dipole moment reconstruction for the last 7000 years has been presented by M.

    Acceptance Dates « Climate Audit

  • Nonetheless, it is confirmed with the new palaeomagnetic series that the Sun spends only 2–3% of the time in a state of high activity, similar to the modern episode.

    Acceptance Dates « Climate Audit

  • Although the Moon currently has no internally generated magnetic field, palaeomagnetic data, combined with radiometric ages of Apollo samples, provide evidence for such a magnetic field from similar to3.9 to 3.6 billion years (Gyr) ago(1), possibly owing to an ancient lunar dynamo(1,2).

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  • "Together with palaeomagnetic dating of the sediments more closely surrounding the fossils by Andy Herries of UNSW and our team of colleagues led by Professor Paul Dirks from the University of Townsville, we were collectively able to provide an age of 1. 95-1.78 million years for the fossils," Dr Pickering says.

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  • Together with previously reported U-series dating of speleothem calcite and palaeomagnetic stratigraphy, as well as sedimentological considerations, these layers may be further correlated to S6-S7 in Chinese loess stratigraphy or marine isotope stages (MIS) 17-19, in the range of ∼ 0.68 to 0.78

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  • The age of this site complex is estimated from laser fusion 40Ar/39Ar ages and Taxon name: Australopithecus anamensis Leakey et al. 1995 from palaeomagnetic data to be 4. 51-4.32 Ma, but GWM-5 Temporal range: c.

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  • Ice sheets may have reached the Equator in the late Proterozoic era 600-800 Myr ago, according to geological and palaeomagnetic studies, possibly resulting in a ’snowball Earth’.

    A few inconvenient truths « Climate Audit

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