Most of the samples revealed three components of the RM see Table 1 : A, B and C with well separated unblocking temperature spectra Fig. Component A, with unblocking temperatures between and C is virtually identical with the present day geomagnetic field direction in present day coordinates, see Fig. Component B reveals exclusively reversed polarity and it is unblocked between and C. The hardest, double polarity component C is demagnetized between and C.
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The declinations of both B and C components do not deviate significantly from the present day north Fig. Thermal demagnetization of typical specimens. Left stereographic projection of demagnetization path; middle orthogonal projection; right RM decay during thermal treatment. Stereographic and orthogonal projections before tectonic correction A specimen BA A, lliptica Subzone, normal polarity of component C, magnetozone 1 M17n. GO A Fig. Characteristic components of magnetization, stereographic projections A component A before tectonic correction.
B component B before left and after tectonic correction right.
Magnetic susceptibility, natural remanent magnetization, magnetic declination and inclination of the component C, VGP latitudes and magnetostratigraphic interpretation 2 R2 1 R1 Calpionellopsis Glozhene-Salash Salash Formation. It was acquired most probably between the Late Cretaceous and the ocene and its inclination table 1 accounts rather for a prefolding or early synfolding origin.
Unblocking temperature spectra indicate that the carrier of component B might be an iron sulphide, while component C is most likely carried by magnetite. Further rock magnetic investigations are in progress. Component C is interpreted as primary and used for the construction of the magnetostratigraphic log.
Magnetostratigraphy and magnetic susceptibility Two reversed R1 and R2 and two normal 1 and 2 magnetozones were revealed Figs 2, 5. A long normal magnetozone 2 is interpreted as M16n. It covers the upper part of the Simplex Subzone and the Oblonga Subzone. Magnetozone R2, interpreted as M16r, is spread between the upper part of the lliptica Subzone and lower part of the Simplex Subzone.
The lowermost reversed polarity interval R1 is interpreted as a topmost part of M17r still in the lliptica Subzone. The magnetic susceptibility reveals a slightly decreasing trend through the lliptica Subzone up to the lower part of the Simplex Subzone, middle part of M16r Fig. Then a gentle increase is observed in the Simplex Subzone, whereas a more pronounced increase takes place in the lowermost part of the Oblonga Subzone lower part of M16n.
The sedimentation rates at Barlya reveal an increasing trend, from 7. Similar MS patterns are also observed between the Bulgarian and Polish sections.
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A large positive MS shift takes place in the lower part of M16n in both sections, which indicates an increase of supply of fine clay particles. The event was recently interpreted by Grabowski et al. The paper profited from the critical remarks of the journal referees: Cristina Casellato and Jaume Dinares-Turell. Travaux Geophysiques, Abstracts of the 10 th Castle Meeting.
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