Wittering Magnetozone

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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1986
Journal of the Geological Society (1986) 143 (5): 729–735.
... magnetozones with this chron is proposed. (d) The Wittering magnetozone This normal polarity interval was identified in the Wittering Division of the lower Bracklesham Beds at Alum Bay, Whitecliff Bay and Bracklesham Bay (Townsend & Hailwood 1985). As mentioned above, the lower Brack- lesham Beds at Alum Bay...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1985
Journal of the Geological Society (1985) 142 (6): 957–982.
... of the Bracklesham Group (represented by the Wittering, Earnley, Selsey and Huntingbridge Divisions) are significantly diachronous. In relation to the absolute time planes provided by the magnetozone boundaries it is clear that the Bracklesham Group transgressive events occurred systematically earlier in the east...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1985
Journal of the Geological Society (1985) 142 (6): 1179–1188.
... of the Lutetian (with Nummulites laevigutus) are believed to be coherent at about 44 Ma, the scatter being less than 3 Ma. Cuisian (late Ypresian) samples at about 47Ma are also shown. Data analysed in Odin (1982), NDS 6 , 7, 9-11, 24, 25, 29-33; further data in NDS 90, 91. The Wittering and Earnley magnetozones...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1997
Journal of the Geological Society (1997) 154 (5): 897–912.
... and in situ pellets. The correlation between glaucony concentration and sequence stratigraphy is most obvious in the London Clay and Wittering Formations, where least reworking of pellets has occurred. In the Barton Group there are no major concentrations of glaucony at any of the important stratal surfaces...
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Reports
Published: 01 January 2016
DOI: 10.1144/SR27.14
EISBN: 9781862397071
... with a normal polarity interval in the Oldhaven Member of Kent, and designated the ‘Oldhaven magnetozone’ (Townsend & Hailwood 1985). Subsequent analysis indicated that this (and other normal polarity intervals at outcrop) are due to a secondary overprint. In unweathered outcrops and subsurface sections...