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Magnetism
Strength and orientation of the permanent magnetic field in a given sample of an earth material
Subtopics:
Remanent magnetism (4 items)
Magnetic susceptibility (4 items)

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Principal Facts for Gravity Stations in the Vicinity of San Bernardino, Southern California [New Window]
New gravity measurements in the vicinity of San Bernardino, Californiawere collected to help define the characteristics of the Rialto-Coltonfault. The data were processed using standard reduction formulas andparameters. Rock properties such as lithology
Sediment Magnetic and Paleomagnetic Data from Buck Lake, Oregon [New Window]
Sediment magnetic and paleomagnetic studies were conducted on a core fromBuck Lake, Klamath County, Oregon, that was collected as part of aninvestigation into the Quaternary climate history of the western UnitedStates. This report documents the methods u
Sediment Magnetic and Geochemical Data from Quaternary Lacustrine Sediment in Two Cores from Tule Lake, Siskiyou County, California [New Window]
Sediment magnetic and geochemical results have been obtained fromthe top 60 meters of lacustrine sediments recovered in two coresfrom Tule Lake in northern California. The sediment magnetic andgeochemical data, presented here in tabular form, complements
Sediment Magnetic and Paleomagnetic Data from Buck Lake, Oregon [New Window]
Sediment magnetic, paleomagnetic and geochemical results have beenobtained from lacustrine sediments recovered in a 30-meter coretaken by rotary drilling methods at Grass Lake, Siskiyou County,California. The data have been analyzed and interpreted in te
Geologic and aeromagnetic maps of the Fossil Ridgearea and vicinity, Gunnison County, Colorado [New Window]
This data set includes a GIS geologic map database of an EarlyProterozoic metavolcanic and metasedimentary terraneextensively intruded by Early and Middle Proterozoic graniticplutons. Laramide to Tertiary deformation and intrusion offelsic plutons have c

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