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The observed magnetic properties are best explained by depositional variability and magneto-mineralogical alteration effects of both dissolution and neo-formation of magnetite, including significant secondary magnetization. A new mechanism for the magnetic enhancement of hematite during heating: the role of clay minerals. The mean of reverse polarity directions is flatter than the expected Middle Miocene Earth magnetic field, which is an indicator for the existence of inclination shallowing that supports a primary origin. doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.20 Cross Ref Full Text | Google Scholar Yamazaki, T., Abdeldayem, A., and Ikehara, K. Rock-magnetic changes with reduction diagenesis in Japan Sea sediments and preservation of geomagnetic secular variation in inclination during the last 30,000 years. doi: 10.1186/BF03351766 Cross Ref Full Text | Google Scholar Zhang, C., Paterson, G. Moreover, rock magnetic methods are necessary to investigate remanence stability, the origin of the natural remanence magnetization and to identify possible secondary magnetizations (Kodama, 2012).
Biostratigraphic data provide a low resolution temporal framework that is useful as age marker for magnetostratigraphic dating of the Aktau Mountains (Figure 2C). doi: 10.1016/j.jseaes.20 Cross Ref Full Text | Google Scholar Tang, Z., Ding, Z., White, P. Stepwise demagnetization yielded characteristic remanence directions that are consistent with those expected for the Miocene in Central Asia. The reddish-colored alluvial floodplain deposits and gray lacustrine deposits show partly complex magnetic behavior with magnetite and hematite as the main magnetic carriers, with variable demagnetization behavior and non-dipolar normal and reverse polarity directions. A semi-arid desert, steppe vegetation and the Ili River dominate the today's landscape. The basin is surrounded by the foothills of the Dzhungarian Alatau Mountains to the north and the foothills of the Tien Shan Mountains to the south. (A) Overview map of Central Asia and the Tibetan Plateau (red star marking the location of the studied Aktau Mountains), (B) topographic map of the Ili Basin and the Tien Shan belt with major fault zones after Jolivet et al. The Aktau Mountains provide an exceptionally well-exposed, long and continuous succession of Cenozoic sediments.