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25,000 years ago:

Paleomagnetic measurements have been made on a continuously sampled, 5-m section of a core from Clear Lake, California. The sediments studied span an 8000-year interval centered at 25,000 years B.P., the approximate date of the large-scale, counterclockwise loop of the magnetic vector recorded in sediments from Mono Lake, California. The data from Mono Lake have been interpreted as a geomagnetic excursion with a duration of 600–1000 years.

https: //www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0012821X77902011

12,400 Years ago:

The Gothenburg Magnetic Excursion in a broad sense ranges from 13,750 to 12,350 years BP and ends with the Gothenburg Magnetic Flip at 12,400−12,350 years BP (= the Fjärås Stadial in southern Scandinavia) with an equatorial VGP position in the central Pacific. The Gothenburg Magnetic Flip is recorded in five closely dated and mutually correlated cores in Sweden. In all five cores, the inclination is completely reversed in the layer representing the Fjärås Stadial dated at 12,400−12,350 years BP. The cores were taken 160 km apart and represent both marine and lacustrine environments. The Gothenburg Magnetic Flip represents the shortest excursion and the most rapid polar change known at present. It is also hitherto the far best-dated paleomagnetic event. The Gothenburg Magnetic Excursion and Flip are proposed as a standard magnetostatigraphic unit.

https: //www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/003358947790031X

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I used invisible ink until I'm ready to post.
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I used invisible ink until I'm ready to post.

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