DICKSON, G.O., C.W.F. EveRITT, L.G. PARRY, and F.D. STACEY, Origin of thermoremanent magnetization, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 1, 222–224, 1966. DUNLoP, D.J., Magnetite: behavior near the single-domain threshold, Science, 176, 41–43, ...
Author: David J. Dunlop
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Physical and chemical studies of the earth and planets along with their sur roundings are now developing very rapidly. As these studies are of essentially international character, many international conferences, symposia, seminars and workshops are held every year. To publish proceedings of these meetings is of course important for tracing development of various disciplines of earth and plane tary sciences though publishing is fast getting to be an expensive business. It is my pleasure to learn that the Center for Academic Publications Japan and the Japan Scientific Societies Press have agreed to undertake the publication of a series "Advances in Earth and Planetary Sciences" which should certainly become an important medium for conveying achievements of various meetings to the aca demic as well as non-academic scientific communities. It is planned to publish the series mostly on the basis of proceedings that appear in the Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity edited by the Society 'Of Terrestrial Magnetism and Electricity of Japan, the Journal of Physics of the Earth by the Seismological SOCiety of Japan and the Volcanological Society of Japan, and the Geochemical Journal by the Geochemical Society of Japan, although occasional volumes of the series will include independent proceedings. Selection of meetings, of which the proceedings will be included in the series, will be made by the Editorial Committee for which I have the honour to work as the General Editor.
1 , 55-66 ( 1955 ) THE ORIGIN OF THE THERMOREMANENT MAGNETIZATION OF ROCKS RJ - 743 by M. A. Grabovskii , G. N. Petrova , and L. I. Isakova * * Experimental study of the process of formation of thermomagnetization in ferromagnetic rocks ...
When an igneous rock cools from a temperature above the Curie temperature of its magnetic minerals in an external magnetic field (such as the earth's magnetic field), it acquires a remanent magnetization referred to as thermoremanent ...
Publisher: Academic Press
The Earth's Magnetic Field : Its History, Origin, and Planetary Perspective
Origin of thermoremanent magnetization. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 1: 222. Domen, H., 1969. An experimental study on the unstable natural remanent magnetization of rocks as a paleogeomagnetic fossil. Bull. Fac. Educ.
Author: Frank Stacey
Developments in Solid Earth Geophysics 5: The Physical Principles of Rock Magnetism explores the physical principles of rock magnetism, with emphasis on the properties of finely divided magnetic materials. It discusses the origin and stability of rock magnetizations, the role of remanent magnetism in interpreting magnetic surveys, magnetic anisotropy as an indicator of rock fabric, and the relationship between piezomagnetic changes and seismic activity. Organized into 13 chapters, this volume discusses the properties of solids, magnetite and hematite grains, and rocks with magnetite grains. It also explains various theories and equations in studying rock magnetism. Different types of magnetization are discussed, including their occurrence, significance, and effects. Some of the types include depositional and chemical remanent and thermoremanent magnetization. In addition, this book explains the thermal activation and Piezomagnetic effects, as well as the reversals of remanent magnetism. This reference contains appendices with tables of relevant functions, such as Langevin Function. This book is a valuable source of information for physicists and geologists.
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A hypersthene hornblende dacitic pumice from Volcano Haruna in Japan exhibits thermoremanent magnetization in the direction ... The propagation of telluric current of cosmic origin over the surface of the earth is analyzed , and the ...
Stacey, F. D., Thermo-remanent magnetization (TRM) of multidomain grains in igneous rocks, Phil. Mag., 3, 1391–1401, 1958. ... Uffen, R. J., Influence of the earth's core on the origin and evolution of life, Nature, 198, 143–144, 1963.
Author: S. Matsushita
Physics of Geomagnetic phenomena, Volume I covers the significant advances in geomagnetism and the penetrations into the generation of geomagnetic field phenomena. This volume is composed of three chapters. Chapter I deals briefly with the discovery and developments in geomagnetism, followed by discussions on some fundamental topics of the field, including the aurora and geomagnetic storms. This chapter also considers the instruments, geomagnetic stations, and the correlations between geomagnetic indices. Chapter II describes the magnetic properties of minerals and various processes of acquisition of remanent magnetization. This chapter also provides palaeomagnetic data for the direction and intensity of the geomagnetic field in ancient times. Chapter III explores geomagnetic variations caused by solar flares and eclipses. This book will prove useful to physicists, students in upper atmospheric and space topics, and scientists in allied fields with a background in geomagnetism.
1710 Xenon , abundance , early history of solar system : Reynolds , J. H. 6871 Xenon , abundance : Clarke , W. B. 7047 ... J. A.5218 Artificial , ceramic shield of satellite , thermoremanent magnetization : Carmichael , Charles M. 1701 ...
D. B. V. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND PALEOMAGNETISM 180-267 . Verhoogen , John . The origin of thermoremanent magnetization : Jour . Geophys . Research , v . 64 , no . 12 , p . 2441-2449 , 1959 . Thermoremanent magnetization ( trm ) ...
Rock magnetism of the Shelley Lake granite , Quetico Subprovince . Can . J. Earth Sci . , 21 , 879–886 . Dunlop , D.J. , Stacey , F.D. & Gillingham , D.E.W. ( 1974 ) . The origin of thermoremanent magnetization : Contribution of pseudo ...
Author: David J. Dunlop
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book is a comprehensive treatment of fine particle magnetism and the magnetic properties of rocks. Starting from atomic magnetism and magneotistic principles, the authors explain why domains and micromagnetic structures form in ferrmagnetic crystals and how these lead to magnetic memory in the form of thermal, chemical and other remanent magnetizations. This book will be of value to graduate students and researchers in geophysics and geology, particularly in palemagnetism and rock magnetism, as well as physicists and electrical engineers interested in fine-particle magnetism and magnetic recording.