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Ernie A. Hailwood
University of Southampton
GeologyPaleontologyPaleomagnetismMagnetostratigraphyGeophysics
7Publications
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#1Jason R. Ali (HKU: University of Hong Kong)H-Index: 37
#2Ernie A. HailwoodH-Index: 6
A magnetostratigraphic reinvestigation of the Paleocene=Eocene boundary intervals in DSDP Holes 550 and 549, Goban Spur, has removed uncertainties associated with the previously published magnetostratigraphic information for these chronostratigraphically important sections. In Hole 550, levels assigned to nannoplankton zones NP4 and 5, previously considered to be of normal polarity, carry a reverse polarity characteristic magnetisation which is correlated with geomagnetic Chron C26r. Unconformab...
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#1Paul Montgomery (University of Southampton)H-Index: 1
#2Ernie A. Hailwood (University of Southampton)H-Index: 6
Last. J. A. Burnett (UCL: University College London)H-Index: 12
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Results from a detailed palaeomagnetic study of the Late Cretaceous sequences of Culver Cliff and Scratchell's Bay (Isle of Wight) and Seaford Head, East Sussex are presented. The sections range in age from Latest Turonian to early Late Campanian and consist of white chalk with flints. Hand samples and large volume rock cores have been collected. Both thermal and AF demagnetisation have been used to remove magnetic overprints. Measurements have been carried out using a CCL 'discrete sample' and ...
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#1Jason R. AliH-Index: 37
#2Ernie A. HailwoodH-Index: 6
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#1Robin DennellH-Index: 27
#2Helen M. RendellH-Index: 26
Last. Ernie A. HailwoodH-Index: 6
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In an earlier article (Rendell and Dennell I985), we reported the I983 discovery of handaxes and other stone artefacts in firmly dated contexts between o.s and 0.7 million years old at two localities in northern Pakistan. We now report the discovery of what we regard as hominid-struck stone artefacts and/or debitage in a geological horizon at another locality in northern Pakistan that is, in our opinion, ca. 2 million years old. These artefacts were also discovered in I983, in the area near Riwa...
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#1Robin DennellH-Index: 27
#2Helen M. RendellH-Index: 26
Last. Ernie A. HailwoodH-Index: 6
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Decouverte a Riwat, Pakistan, de l'industrie humaine la plus ancienne d'Asie, qui pose la question de la presence des anciens hominides hors d'Afrique : Homo habilis ou Homo erectus tres ancien, contemporain des Homo habilis d'Afrique, ou autre forme encore inconnue
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#1Helen M. Rendell (University of Sussex)H-Index: 26
#2Ernie A. Hailwood (University of Southampton)H-Index: 6
Last. Robin Dennell (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 27
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Abstract The results of a detailed paleomagnetic study of a 68 m section of Upper Siwalik sediments in the Soan syncline, northern Pakistan, are presented. A palaeolithic artefact and other pieces of struck quartzite were found in situ in a gritstone/conglomerate horizon near the base of the section. Incremental thermal demagnetization was used to remove later magnetic overprints in these sediments, since alternating field demagnetization was shown to be inappropriate. With the exception of the ...
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Abstract Palaeomagnetic results are reported from eight sites in an Upper Devonian basic intrusion (the Msissi norite) in southeast Morocco. Specimens from one site are suspected of having been affected by lightning, but results from the other seven sites indicate the presence of a less-stable component, probably of viscous origin. The pole position corresponding to the stable component (0.5°S, 25°E, A 95 = 16.5) is interposed between the Middle Cambrian/Ordovician pole and the Lower Carbonifero...
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