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A new method for the separation of paramagnetic and ferromagentic susceptibility anisotropy using low field and high field methods.
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Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS) The low field magnetic susceptibility of a rock (the ratio of magnetization to the applied field or K M/H) is given by the total contribution of its bulk mineralogy, including paramagnetic (e.g., phyllosilicates, iron-bearing feldspars diamagnetic (e.g., quartz, calcite) and.The correlation of magnetic anisotropy with strain in the Chelmsford Formation of the Sudbury Basin, Ontario.Conflict of Interest Statement The author declares that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.87 (Washington DC:.S.Final Remarks Over the past 60 years, AMS data have been shown to be a very sensitive petrofabric tool in mudrocks, with the possibility of becoming a standard method for the quantification of mudrocks fabrics.Structural features from the Nankai Trough lower slope, Deep Sea Drilling Project Sites 582 and 583, in Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, eds.Although several studies suggested that several hundred meters are required to develop a horizontally preferred orientation in muds (e.g., Moon and Hurst, 1984 ; Bennett., 1991 ; Kawamura and Ogawa, 2004 recent magnetic studies show that a horizontal anisotropy develops much earlier.

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The magnetic fabrics obtained in Site 1178, which encompass a thickness of around 450 m, reveal features that the previous transect does not show.Doi:.141.012.1995 CrossRef Full Text Google Scholar Daly,.Studies of Magnetic Susceptibility Anisotropy in Rocks.The measurement and computation of anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility in rocks.Doi:.1016/S0012-8252(96)00044-X CrossRef Full Text Google Scholar Borradaile,.Magnetic anisotropy as a correction for compaction-caused paleomagnetic inclination shallowing.Anisotropy in such rocks is characterized by ellipsoids with Kmax axes that follow the cleavage-bedding intersection, essentially Type IIa or IIb magnetic ellipsoids ( Parés., 1999 and so not parallel to the X-direction (maximum extension) of the strain ellipsoid ( Parés and van.