Definition of Paleomagnetism

1. Noun. (geology) The study of the strength and direction of the Earth's magnetic field as it has changed over geologic time. ¹



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Definition of Paleomagnetism

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Literary usage of Paleomagnetism

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1. Directory of Northridge Earthquake Research edited by Brian Cowan, Michael Mahoney, Stephen A. Mahin (2000)
"We would like to emphasize that paleomagnetism in this area offers a new and ... We propose to examine the paleomagnetism of three additional Saugus outcrop ..."

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