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Evidence of Rapid Polar Shift from the Palaeomagnetic Record of Eurasia

Nature volume 222, pages 10361037 (14 June 1969) | Download Citation

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A Mid-Devonian polar shift is shown to be consistent with Devonian palaeomagnetic data.

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    • B. J. J. EMBLETON

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