Data for: Regionally Consistent Western North America Paleomagnetic Directions from 15-35 ka: Assessing Chronology and Uncertainty with Paleosecular Variation (PSV) Stratigraphy

Published: 23 October 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/tnx263547b.1
Brendan T. Reilly, Aubrey Hillman, Mark ABBOTT, Matt Finkenbinder, Darren Larsen, Stephen Kuehn, Robert Hatfield, Joseph Stoner, Clifford Heil, David Marchetti


Fish Lake, UT stratigraphic data, Western North America Paleomagnetic Secular Variation (PSV) Stacks, the Western North American 2017 (WNAM17) PSV Stack, and the age distributions for the WNAM17 timescale. Data file includes: - Composite Computed Tomography (CT) number record for Fish Lake, UT 2014 sediment cores on depth and the WNAM17 timescale - Stacked records of magnetic susceptibility, anhysteretic remanent magnetization (ARM), and the ratio of the ARM after 20 mT alternating field (AF) demagnetization to the original ARM (ARM20mT/ARM) on depth and the WNAM17 timescale - Stacked PSV records for Fish Lake, UT USA, Bear Lake, UT/ID USA, and Bessette Creek, BC Canada on original and regionally correlated depth scales - The WNAM17 PSV stack and timescale - The age distributions for the WNAM17 timescale



Geology, Stratigraphy, Lake Sediments, Paleomagnetism, Magnetic Susceptibility, Computed Tomography, North America, Quaternary Stratigraphy, Remanence (Magnetization)