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Short geomagnetic event recorded in chinese loess-soil sequences
Guo B; Lin M(林缅); guobin@mail.c-geos.ac.cn
Source PublicationProceedings of the 1999 International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG)
1999
Pages785
Conference NameIUGG 99
Conference Date1999
Conference PlaceBirmingham, UK
AbstractThe nature of geomagnetic field behavior during polarity transitions is one of the most highly debated issues in modern geophysics. The detailed study of geomagnetic reversals and excursions has provided some insights on fluid motion in the Earth's core. Since the short geomagnetic event within the Jaramillo normal subchron had been discovered in the Wanganu Basin, New Zealand, the similar phenomena had also been uncovered in the Weinan and Jiuzhoutai, China. Its global nature and even their existence, however, are still deputed. Recently, the detailed rock magnetic and paleomagnetic investigations had been carried out in Chinese loess-paleosol sequences at Jinbian (37.4°N, 108.8°E), China. It has been shown that both loess and paleosol in the northern margin of the Chinese loess plateau can capture geomagnetic variation during the polarity transition, also that a reversal bounding the onset of a reversed-polarity zone within the Jaramillo normal subchron was recorded. Rock magnetic and paleomagnetic studies demonstrate that this short-term feature is geomagnetic signals, rather than artefacts. The relative paleointensity records determined also confirm that the weakest geomagnetic field intensity correspond to the short-term feature. Therefore, we conclude that this short-term feature is an independent geomagnetic event. The statistical analysis reveal that the VGP paths of the short geomagnetic event are predominantly situated in the longitudinal sector over the America continent and its antipodal longitudes, while the VGP paths of upper Jaramillo recorded in the same loess-paleosol sequence exhibits a tight cluster located at western Australia. It suggests that the transitional field is very complex, VGP paths for
Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://dspace.imech.ac.cn/handle/311007/47045
Collection力学所知识产出(1956-2008)
Corresponding Authorguobin@mail.c-geos.ac.cn
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Guo B,Lin M,guobin@mail.c-geos.ac.cn. Short geomagnetic event recorded in chinese loess-soil sequences[C]Proceedings of the 1999 International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG),1999:785.
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