Ouyang, Tingping; Heslop, David; Roberts, Andrew; Tian, Chengjing; Zhu, Zhaoyu; Qiu, Yan; Peng, Xuechao
Widespread geological preservation of biogenic magnetite makes it important to assess how such particles contribute to sedimentary paleomagnetic signals. We studied a sediment core from the South China Sea that passes the strict empirical criteria for magnetic "uniformity" used in relative paleointensity studies. Such assessments are based routinely on bulk magnetic parameters that often fail to enable identification of mixed magnetic mineral assemblages. Using techniques that enable...[Show more]
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