Analyzing paleomagnetic data: To anchor or not to anchor?
Paleomagnetic directions provide the basis for use of paleomagnetism in chronological andtectonic reconstructions and for constraining past geomagnetic ﬁeld behavior over a variety of timescales.Crucial to paleomagnetic analysis is the separation and quantiﬁcation of a characteristic remanentmagnetization (ChRM), which relates to a process of interest, from other remanence components. Principalcomponent analysis (PCA) of stepwise demagnetization data is employed routinely in these situations...[Show more]
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