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Leckie, R.M., Sigurdsson, H., Acton, G.D., and Draper, G. (Eds.), 2000 Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, Vol. 165
 

Summary: Leckie, R.M., Sigurdsson, H., Acton, G.D., and Draper, G. (Eds.), 2000
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, Vol. 165
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8. MAGNETIC STUDIES OF SELECTED SEDIMENTS1
John W. King,2
Bruno Galbrun,3
and Gary D. Acton4
ABSTRACT
The results of two separate magnetic investigations are discussed in this paper. The first study produced a magnetostratigra-
phy from the K/T boundary interval of Hole 1001A from the lower Nicaraguan Rise. The second investigation produced a high-
resolution Brunhes age paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic record from Hole 1002C in the Cariaco Basin.
INTRODUCTION
Paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic measurements are routinely
used to provide chronological control for stratigraphic studies of
Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) sediments. In addition, rock-
magnetic studies of ODP sediments are often used to provide core
correlation, resolve glacial-interglacial cycles, and detect other types
of paleoenvironmental changes (see reviews in King and Channell,
1991; Reynolds and King, 1995).
Shipboard paleomagnetic studies of Leg 165 sediments were se-

  

Source: Acton, Gary - Department of Geology, University of California, Davis

 

Collections: Geosciences