Through an appropriate statistical method the correlation between the rate of occurrence of geomagnetic reversals and the mean sea level according to the best available data is analyzed. A highly negative significant correlation (significance level < 0.01) is found only with long-term sea-level variations that follow by about 6-9 m.y. the non-stationarities in the rate of occurrence of geomagnetic reversals. This represents a link between crustal and deep interior Earth processes. © 1992.

The correlation of geomagnetic reversals and mean sea level in the last 150 m.y

Marzocchi, W.;
1992

Abstract

Through an appropriate statistical method the correlation between the rate of occurrence of geomagnetic reversals and the mean sea level according to the best available data is analyzed. A highly negative significant correlation (significance level < 0.01) is found only with long-term sea-level variations that follow by about 6-9 m.y. the non-stationarities in the rate of occurrence of geomagnetic reversals. This represents a link between crustal and deep interior Earth processes. © 1992.
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