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Magnetic susceptibility (MS) is a powerful tool, which is being applied increasingly on sedimentary rocks to constrain stratigraphic correlations, or as a palaeo-environmental or palaeo-climatic tool. The origin of the magnetic minerals responsible for the variations in MS can be linked to various phenomena such as detrital inputs, pedogenesis, bacterial precipitation or diagenesis. Therefore, it is critical to improve our knowledge of the origin of the MS signal in order to apply it for correlations or as a proxy. Here, we present a synthesis of the techniques that can be applied to get a better understanding of the origin...

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