On the resolution of regional archaeomagnetism: Untangling directional geomagnetic oscillations and data uncertainties using the French archaeomagnetic database for between 1000 and 1500 AD as a guide
journal contributionposted on 07.11.2019 by Maxime Le Goff, Yves Gallet
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Fig. S2. Secular variation curves (in blue) obtained from 20 synthetic directional datasets randomly selected from the real British (England and Wales) archaeomagnetic database (Batt et al. 2017). All directions were transferred to the latitude of Paris. (a) Mean Δ95=3.2°, mean Δt=53 years, (b) Mean Δ95=3.2°, mean Δt=11 years, (c) Mean Δ95=1.0°, mean Δt=53 years, (d) Mean Δ95=1.0°, mean Δt=11 years. Same legends as in Fig. 7.