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palaeomagnetic pole

palaeomagnetic pole

New Moscovian palaeomagnetic pole from the Edjeleh fold (Saharan craton, Algeria)

First Palaeogene sedimentary rock palaeomagnetic pole from stable western Eurasia and tectonic implications

The Egersund dykes (SW Norway): a robust Early Ediacaran (Vendian) palaeomagnetic pole from Baltica

Deriving palaeomagnetic poles from independently assessed inclination and declination data: implications for South American poles since 120 Ma

Clockwise rotation of the Korean Peninsula with respect to the North China Block inferred from an improved Early Triassic palaeomagnetic pole for the Ryeongnam Block

The magnetostratigraphy and a 1780 Ma palaeomagnetic pole from the red sandstones of the Vazhinka River section, Karelia, Russia

New Early Cretaceous palaeomagnetic pole from Córdoba Province (Argentina): revision of previous studies and implications for the South American database

A Maastrichtian palaeomagnetic pole for the Pacific plate from a skewness analysis of marine magnetic anomaly 32

A precisely dated Proterozoic palaeomagnetic pole from the North China craton, and its relevance to palaeocontinental reconstruction

Palaeomagnetism and geochronology of mafic dykes in south Siberia, Russia: the first precisely dated Early Permian palaeomagnetic pole from the Siberian craton

Palaeomagnetic-Pole Errors and A ‘Small-Circle’ Assessment of the Gondwanan Polar-Wander Path

A new grand mean palaeomagnetic pole for the 1.11 Ga Umkondo large igneous province with implications for palaeogeography and the geomagnetic field

 

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The pole position calculated from palaeomagnetic or archaeomagnetic directions, assuming an axial geocentric-dipole model of the Earth's geomagnetic field. It should be calculated on the mean direction of sufficient observations so that past secular variations of the geomagnetic field will have been averaged out. See palaeomagnetism.

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