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Relationship of Palæomagnetic Reversals and Micropalæontology in Two Late Cænozoic Cores from the Pacific Ocean

Nature volume 204, page 566 (07 November 1964) | Download Citation

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RECENT investigation has revealed palæomagnetic reversals preserved in the clayey radiolarian ooze of two deep-sea cores from the equatorial Pacific Ocean. The cores are: MSN 12G; position 3° 01′ N., 174° 02′ W.; depth, 5,230 m. MSN 142G; position 5° 20′ N., 146° 13′ W., depth, 5,089 m.

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  1. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, and Department of Geodesy and Geophysics, University of Cambridge.

    • C. G. A. HARRISON
  2. Department of Geology, University of Cambridge.

    • B. M. FUNNELL

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