Skip to Main Content
Skip Nav Destination

A stable Ediacaran Earth recorded by single silicate crystals of the ca. 565 Ma Sept-Îles intrusion

Geology (2015) 43 (2): 131–134.
This article has been cited by the following articles in journals that are participating in CrossRef Cited-by Linking.
True polar wander in the Earth system
Science China Earth Sciences (2023) 66 (6): 1165.
The enduring Ediacaran paleomagnetic enigma
Earth-Science Reviews (2023) 242: 104444.
A Great late Ediacaran ice age
National Science Review (2023) 10 (8)
No Late Cretaceous true polar wander oscillation and implications for stability of Earth relative to the rotation axis
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2023) 620: 118338.
Late Cambrian geomagnetic instability after the onset of inner core nucleation
Nature Communications (2023) 14 (1)
Evidence for large disturbances of the Ediacaran geomagnetic field from West Africa
Precambrian Research (2023) 394: 107095.
Hemispheric Geochemical Dichotomy of the Mantle Is a Legacy of Austral Supercontinent Assembly and Onset of Deep Continental Crust Subduction
AGU Advances (2022) 3 (6)
Secular change of true polar wander over the past billion years
Science Advances (2022) 8 (41)
Paleolatitude estimation and premises for geomagnetic field instability from the Proterozoic drilling core material of the south-western part of the East European Craton
Precambrian Research (2021) 357: 106135.
New high-quality paleomagnetic data from the Borborema Province (NE Brazil): Refinement of the APW path of Gondwana in the Early Cambrian
Precambrian Research (2021) 360: 106243.
Central sagging of a giant mafic intrusion: the Ediacaran Sept Îles Layered Intrusion (Québec, Canada)
Journal of the Geological Society (2021) 178 (1)
On the origins of the Iapetus Ocean
Earth-Science Reviews (2021) 221: 103791.
An extended period of extremely weak geomagnetic field suggested by palaeointensities from the Ediacaran Grenville dykes (SE Canada)
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2021) 568: 117025.
Ultra-low palaeointensities from East European Craton, Ukraine support a globally anomalous palaeomagnetic field in the Ediacaran
Geophysical Journal International (2020) 220 (3): 1928.
Late Ediacaran paleogeography of Avalonia and the Cambrian assembly of West Gondwana
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2020) 552: 116591.
Preferred orientation of ferromagnetic phases in rock-forming minerals: insights from magnetic anisotropy of single crystals
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2019) 56 (9): 994.
A Widespread Early Mesozoic Remagnetization in South China
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (2019) 124 (1): 88.
Variation of Iron Species in Plagioclase Crystals by X‐ray Absorption Fine Structure Analysis
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2019) 20 (11): 5319.
Young inner core inferred from Ediacaran ultra-low geomagnetic field intensity
Nature Geoscience (2019) 12 (2): 143.
Primary pseudo-single and single-domain magnetite inclusions in quartzite cobbles of the Jack Hills (Western Australia): implications for the Hadean geodynamo
Geophysical Journal International (2019) 216 (1): 598.
Analysis of an Updated Paleointensity Database (QPI‐PINT) for 65–200 Ma: Implications for the Long‐Term History of Dipole Moment Through the Mesozoic
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (2019) 124 (10): 9999.
Paleomagnetism of a well-dated marine succession in South China: A possible Late Cambrian true polar wander (TPW)
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2018) 277: 38.
Magnetic Properties and Paleomagnetism of Zebra Rock, Western Australia: Chemical Remanence Acquisition in Hematite Pigment and Ediacaran Geomagnetic Field Behavior
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2018) 19 (3): 732.
Constraints on the Ediacaran inertial interchange true polar wander hypothesis: A new paleomagnetic study in Morocco (West African Craton)
Precambrian Research (2017) 295: 90.
Intensity of geomagnetic field in the Precambrian and evolution of the Earth’s deep interior
Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth (2017) 53 (5): 760.
Global water cycle and the coevolution of the Earth’s interior and surface environment
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2017) 375 (2094): 20150393.
The inverse microconglomerate test: Further evidence for the preservation of Hadean magnetizations in metasediments of the Jack Hills, Western Australia
Geophysical Research Letters (2016) 43 (9): 4215.
Palaeointensity, core thermal conductivity and the unknown age of the inner core
Geophysical Journal International (2016) 205 (2): 1190.
Four-dimensional context of Earth's supercontinents
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2016) 424 (1): 1.
Simulating 2 Ga of geodynamo history
Geophysical Research Letters (2016) 43 (11): 5680.
Widespread occurrence of silicate‐hosted magnetic mineral inclusions in marine sediments and their contribution to paleomagnetic recording
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (2016) 121 (12): 8415.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal