Paleomagnetism of tertiary and recent lavas of Israel
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AbstractMagnetizations in 24 flows of Tertiary age in Israel indicate two stable directions, each of which has both normal and reversed polarities. AF demagnetization decreases the scatter of the NRM results. Typical Tertiary poles are near 70°N 110°W and another set of anomalous poles are near 34°N 50°W. These are similar to other reported Tertiary and Cretaceous poles.

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