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From the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta at the northern terminus of the Andes, preliminary paleomagnetic results from ten sites in two formations characteristically have stable directions with northerly declinations and moderate positive inclinations. Most site mean directions are close in attitude to the present Earth's field and are not indicative of large tectonic rotations. An antipodally reversed direction is obtained at one site by thermal demagnetization, suggesting magnetization in an ancient paleofield nearly coaxial with the present field. Few cratonic Jurassic directions have been reported from South America, but at least one such study shows Jurassic paleofield directions close...

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