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Title: Four‐Dimensional Paleomagnetic Dataset: Plio‐Pleistocene Paleodirection and Paleointensity Results From the Erebus Volcanic Province, Antarctica (Dataset)
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Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth
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Subject(s) / Keyword(s):
["Igneous","Extrusive","Intrusive","Lava Flow","Volcanic Dike","Volcanic Dome","Basalt","Trachyte","Phonolite","0","13420000","Years BP"]
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Sponsoring Org:
National Science Foundation
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