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A detailed total intensity magnetic survey of a local negative magnetic anomaly located in the southern sector of the inner ring in the Ries impact structure was carried out in 2006–2007. As the suevite of the Ries crater is known to have an often strong reverse remanent magnetization causing negative magnetic anomalies, a suevite body lying below shallow lake sediments upon the crystalline basement rocks of the inner ring was suspected to be the cause of the anomaly. A drilling program conducted by the Geological Service of Bavaria offered the opportunity to drill a 100-m-deep core hole into this anomaly...

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