Abstract

A method is described for the palaeomagnetic orientation of soft sediment cores to geographical north and the measurement of grain orientation in thin silt laminae and sand layers using a Scanning Electron Microscope. Successful application of this method to cores from the deep water margin of Nova Scotia permits a distinction between coarse layers deposited by downslope currents and those reworked by alongslope currents.

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