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Westerhold, Thomas; Röhl, Ursula; Pälike, Heiko; Wilkens, Roy H; Wilson, Paul A; Acton, Gary D (2013): (Table S17) U-channel paleomagnetic data of IODP Hole 320-U1333A. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.825689, In supplement to: Westerhold, T et al. (2014): Orbitally tuned timescale and astronomical forcing in the middle Eocene to early Oligocene. Climate of the Past, 10, 955-973, https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-10-955-2014

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Coverage:
Latitude: 10.516580 * Longitude: -138.419540
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 85.54 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 95.00 m
Event(s):
320-U1333A * Latitude: 10.516580 * Longitude: -138.419540 * Elevation: -4853.7 m * Recovery: 176.25 m * Campaign: Exp320 (Pacific Equatorial Age Transect I) * Basis: Joides Resolution * Method/Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 22 cores; 184.1 m cored; 95.7 % recovered; 0 m drilled; 184.1 m penetrated
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Sample code/labelSample labelActon, Gary D
2Interval CoredCoredmActon, Gary D
3DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
4Depth, compositeDepth compmcdActon, Gary Dbased on Table 8 of Westerhold et al. (2012), CCSF-A
5Depth, composite revised, adjustedDepth adj rmcdarmcdActon, Gary Dbased on Table 10 of Westerhold et al. (2012)
6AGEAgeka BPGeocode
7HalfHalfActon, Gary Dworking or archive half
8FilterFilterActon, Gary Ddata filter 1, If =0, data are suspect
9FilterFilterActon, Gary Ddata filter 2, If =0, data are suspect
10Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary Dno demagnetization, (AFD000)
11NRM, DeclinationDecl (NRM)degActon, Gary Dno demagnetization, (Dec000)
12NRM, InclinationIncl (NRM)degActon, Gary Dno demagnetization, (Inc000)
13NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with no demagnetization, (Int000)
14Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D20 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD020)
15NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D20 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec020)
16NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D20 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc020)
17NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 20 mT AF demagnetization (Int020)
18Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D25 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD025)
19NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D25 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec025)
20NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D25 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc025)
21NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 25 mT AF demagnetization (Int025)
22Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D30 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD030)
23NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D30 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec030)
24NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D30 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc030)
25NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 30 mT AF demagnetization (Int030)
26Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D40 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD040)
27NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D40 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec040)
28NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D40 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc040)
29NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 40 mT AF demagnetization (Int040)
30Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D50 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD050)
31NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D50 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec050)
32NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D50 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc050)
33NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 50 mT AF demagnetization (Int050)
34Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D60 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD060)
35NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D60 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec060)
36NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D60 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc060)
37NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 60 mT AF demagnetization (Int060)
38Natural remanent magnetizationNRMmTActon, Gary D80 mT AF demagnetization, (AFD080)
39NRM, Declination after demagnetizationDecl (AF)degActon, Gary D80 mT AF demagnetization, (Dec080)
40NRM, Inclination after demagnetizationIncl (AF)degActon, Gary D80 mT AF demagnetization, (Inc080)
41NRM, IntensityInten (NRM)mA/mActon, Gary DNRM magnetization with 80 mT AF demagnetization (Int080)
42InclinationIncldegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)free-fitting option
43DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)free-fitting option
44Maximum angular deviationMADdegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)free-fitting option
45Length of principal axisLengthmA/mActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)free-fitting option
46Deviation angleDeviationdegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)deviation of best-fitting line from origin, free-fitting option
47Number of stepsN steps#Acton, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)number of demagnetization steps used to fit the PCA line, free-fitting option
48Demagnetization stepDemag stepmTActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)lowest demagnetization step used, free-fitting option
49Demagnetization stepDemag stepmTActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)highest demagnetization step used, free-fitting option
50InclinationIncldegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)line anchored to origin
51DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)line anchored to origin
52Maximum angular deviationMADdegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)line anchored to origin
53Length of principal axisLengthmA/mActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)line anchored to origin
54Deviation angleDeviationdegActon, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)deviation of best-fitting line from origin, line anchored to origin
55Number of stepsN steps#Acton, Gary DPrincipal component analyses (PCA)number of demagnetization steps used to fit the PCA line anchored to origin
56Demagnetization stepDemag stepmTActon, Gary Dlowest demagnetization step used, line anchored to origin
57Demagnetization stepDemag stepmTActon, Gary Dhighest demagnetization step used, line anchored to origin
58InclinationIncldegActon, Gary Dstable end point (SEP) inclination, a Fisherian mean
59DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dstable end point (SEP) declination, a Fisherian mean
60Precision parameterkActon, Gary DFisherian precision parameter for SEP
61Number of stepsN steps#Acton, Gary Dnumber of demagnetization steps used for SEP
62Angular distanceAngular distdegActon, Gary Dbetween PCA direction (free-fitting) and SEP direction
63DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dmean declination for a drill core
64DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dreorientation correction dependent on half from which sample was collected
65DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dother reorientation correction related to sample handling
66DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dsum of several reorientation corrections
67DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dreoriented to approximate mean geographical coordinate
68DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dcorrection for within-core rotation that occurs as core is collected
69DeclinationDecldegActon, Gary Dpreferred after all corrections have been applied
70PolarityPolarityActon, Gary Dgeomagnetic polarity (R=Reversed, N=Normal, T=Transitional, X=Uncertain)
71ChronozoneChronozoneActon, Gary Dpolarity chron age of sample
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