Magnetic measurements on ODP holes 178-1095A, 178-1095B and 178-1101A, supplement to: Parés, Josep M; Hassold, Noralynn J C; Rea, David K; van der Pluijm, Ben A (2007): Paleocurrent directions from paleomagnetic reorientations of magnetic fabrics in deep-sea sediments at the Antarctic Peninsula Pacific margin (ODP Sites 1095, 1101). Marine Geology, 242(4), 261-269

Josep M Parés, Noralynn J C Hassold, David K Rea & Ben A van der Pluijm
We have determined the azimuth of bottom-current flow in drift deposit sediments recovered at ODP Sites 1095 and 1101, Antarctic Peninsula, using paleomagnetic reorientation of anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) ellipsoids. A total of 38 cores from the two ODP sites have been measured, providing spatial and directional information on the physical record of the ACC (Antarctic Circumpolar Current) in the Plio-Pleistocene. Declination and inclination of the paleomagnetic vector of each core segment were used...
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