volume 79, issue 31, P374-374 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00287
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Abstract: Most observers of the geophysical scene, those involved with plate tectonics and continental drift in particular, are aware of the seminal contributions of rock magnetism and its sister discipline, paleomagnetism, which some have called “applied rock magnetism.” That was in the heady days of the 1960s. As a discipline, however esoteric, rock magnetism goes further back to the 19th century when the Swedish prospectors for iron ores and Italian and German paleomagnetists in search of the history of the geomagnet…

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