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- Highlighted excursions are those most likely to be found in the western U.S.
- Possible correlations of these to a sketch of the relative paleointensity curve of Guyodo and Valet (1999) are suggested.
- VADM = virtual axial dipole moment.
- Vertical dashed line is the critical value of intensity below which Guyodo and Valet (1999) consider several directional excursions to have occurred.
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|current||03:52, November 7, 2007||863 × 1,074 (95 KB)||PhloxBot||Approximate times of some of the most commonly reported geomagnetic excursions of the Brunhes Normal Polarity Chron. * Highlighted excursions are those most likely to be found in the western U.S. * Possible correlations of these to a sketch of|