Detailed paleomagnetic records from Black Sea sediments reveal intricate changes in the field during geomagnetic excursions.
A laboratory study assesses thermochemical remanence as a reliable paleointensity recorder, which could open new venues for studying Earth’s ancient magnetic field.
A new experimental technique traces the state of a shearing fault gouge and shows for the first time how friction of a fault surface can change as a function of varying normal stress.
Investigating the role of layered rocks and compositional banding on mineral scale in generating seismic anisotropy in the mantle.
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics discussed how the mineral composition and microfabric of the continental crust influences its seismic properties.