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High-resolution petrophysical logging magnetic susceptibility measurements (MS) and gamma-ray spectrometry (GRS), supplemented by rock magnetic measurements (anhysteretic and isothermal remanent magnetizations (ARM/IRM), frequency-dependent MS (FDMS)) and MS logs alignment using the dynamic time warping (DTW) algorithm, were constrained by upgraded conodont biozonation across the Lau Event interval (LEI). Two sections (Pozary and Muslovka) representing shallow-water facies in the Prague Synform were studied. Conodont data and DTW alignment show that Muslovka represents a less complete succession when compared to the Pozary. DTW alignment of the MS logs shows perfect match of the logs and detected six prominent and several minor...

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