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  • cores... late-Holocene... Quaternary... Sediment... Potrok Aike Maar Lake Sediment Archive Drilling Project... sediment... Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University
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  • Core... Core gap 12 cm-... Late-glacial... organic-rich varved sediments... freeze core
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  • core... Quaternary Research... Quaternary... Late... Institute for Quaternary Studies, University of Maine at Orono... sediment... sediment;
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  • (a) 1.5-Myr segment of the Late Oligocene part of the stack (23–24.5 Ma) from Fig. 8 where red, blue and black represent the stacks compiled from 3, 4 and 5 record stacks, respectively. Oligocene–Miocene boundary lies at the young end of polarity chron C6Cn.2r. (b) Quaternary relative paleointensity (RPI) PISO stack over the last 1.5 Myr (black), and RPI record for the last 1.5 Myr from ODP Site 983 (red). Black/white bars indicate normal/reverse polarity. (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.) ... ODP Site 1090. Relative paleointensity (RPI) proxies from NRM/ARM slopes (blue) and NRM/IRM slopes (red) determined for the 20–60 mT peak field demagnetization interval, with linear correlation coefficients (r) for each slope with the same color coding. ARM and IRM intensities after 20 mT and 35 mT peak field demagnetization, respectively, volume susceptibility (all magnetic concentration parameters), κARM/κ and ARM/IRM after 35 mT peak field demagnetization (magnetite grain size parameters), with sedimentation rates based on the magnetic polarity stratigraphy. Depth (mcd) scale from Shipboard Scientific Party (1999). (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.) ... ODP Site 1218. Relative paleointensity (RPI) proxies from NRM/ARM slopes (blue) and NRM/IRM slopes (red) determined for the 20–60 mT peak field demagnetization interval, with linear correlation coefficients (r) for each slope with the same color coding. ARM and IRM intensities after 20 mT and 35 mT peak field demagnetization, respectively, volume susceptibility (all magnetic concentration parameters), κARM/κ and ARM/IRM after 35 mT peak field demagnetization (magnetite grain size parameters), with sedimentation rates based on the magnetic polarity stratigraphy. Depth (mcd) scale from Shipboard Scientific Party (2002). (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.) ... Correlation of RPI records (NRM/ARM) from IODP Site U1334 (blue) and ODP Site 1218 (red) placed on the common ODP Site 1218 depth scale of Westerhold et al. (2012) where the correlation between the two sites is based on core-scanning data (see text). Normal (N) and reverse (R) polarities are indicated in the same site-dependent color code where slanted lines represent uncertainties in placement of some reversal boundaries. Digital image scans are placed on the same common (ODP Site 1218) depth scale. (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.) ... IODP Site U1334. Relative paleointensity (RPI) proxies from NRM/ARM slopes (blue), NRM/ARMAQ slopes (green) and NRM/IRM slopes (red) determined for the 20–60 mT peak field demagnetization/acquisition interval, with linear correlation coefficients (r) for each slope with the same color coding. ARM and IRM intensities after 20 mT and 35 mT peak field demagnetization, respectively, volume susceptibility (all magnetic concentration parameters), κARM/κ and ARM/IRM after 35 mT peak field demagnetization (magnetite grain size parameters) with sedimentation rates based on the magnetic polarity stratigraphy. Depth (mcd) scale from Westerhold et al. (2012). (For interpretation of the references to color in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.)
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  • cores... core... late... Quaternary... Late
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