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The Mississippian limestone is a petroleum exploration target in northern Oklahoma, and diagenetic events are significant factors in controlling porosity. In this study, paleomagnetic data, supported by petrographic results, were used to determine the origin and timing of diagenetic events in five unoriented cores from northern Oklahoma. Petrographic analysis indicates a complex paragenetic sequence, which includes precipitation of sphalerite and baroque dolomite. Thermal demagnetization removes a low-temperature viscous remanent magnetization (VRM) and a chemical remanent magnetization (CRM) in magnetite. An attempt was made to orient the cores using the VRM but this resulted in a streaked distribution of declinations....

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