The pseudo-Thellier palaeointensity method: New calibration and uncertainty estimates
Non-heating palaeointensity methods are a vital tool to explore magnetic field strength variations recorded by thermally sensitive materials of both terrestrial and extraterrestrial origin. One such method is the calibrated pseudo-Thellier method in which a specimen's natural remanent magnetization is alternating field demagnetized and replaced with a laboratory induced anhysteretic remanent magnetization (as an analogue of a thermoremanent magnetization, TRM). Using a set of 56 volcanic...[Show more]
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