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From: A centennial-resolution terrestrial climatostratigraphy and Matuyama–Brunhes transition record from a loess sequence in China

Fig. 4

Paleomagnetic results. a, b Declination and inclination of a ChRM calculated by the principal component analysis. c Latitude of a VGP calculated from the ChRM direction. d MAD (Kirschvink 1980) of the ChRM. e Intensity of NRM after demagnetization at 300 °C (NRM300 °C). f Intensity of NRM300 °C normalized by magnetic susceptibility χ. g Intensity of NRM300 °C normalized by ARM. h NRM components of temperature ranges of 200–350 °C, 350–590 °C, and > 590 °C. i Contribution to the total NRM of the components of temperature ranges of 200–350 °C, 350–590 °C, and > 590 °C. The blue band shows the MB polarity flip zone (see text)

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