Precambrian database PALEOMAGIA
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In November 2014, PALEOMAGIA database undergone significant improvements during Toni Veikkolainen's visit to Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego. These include the improved age reference table, dynamically generated pole list with permanent links available, several corrections to article titles in the main data table and a possibility to select certain Precambrian continents, rather than cratons, as a search criterion. PALEOMAGIA is also now more closely linked to the MagIC database with permanent links, and the fruitful cooperation with the MagIC database team will continue in the future to ensure that PALEOMAGIA data are also available in MagIC.
PALEOMAGIA is being updated at certain intervals and a new version number will be added at each time. Most recent versions of the main data table of the database are:
2.06 (7 Nov 2017). Click here to download data in CSV format.
2.05 (22 Jun 2017). Click here to download data in CSV format.
2.04 (5 Jun 2017). Click here to download data in CSV format.
2.03 (9 Mar 2017). Click here to download data in CSV format.
2.02 (16 Feb 2017). Click here to download data in CSV format.
For paleomagnetic and age references in static copies, the user is referred to the online edition of PALEOMAGIA.
Since October 2015, PALEOMAGIA has featured a data map with most important Precambrian continents, and sampling sites of all database entries plotted.
You can now suggest your own data to be added to PALEOMAGIA using online form. Although original peer-reviewed research articles are preferred when PALEOMAGIA is being updated, submission of conference abstracts is also possible if they incorporate adequate paleomagnetic information. The database managers retain the right to include or exclude the data, depending on its relevance.
The completion of PALEOMAGIA database is a result of long-lasting co-operation between the leading paleomagnetists of the world. Despite the great deal of efforts to make the database as complete and accurate as possible, some errors may prevail. Neither the University of Helsinki, nor the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, nor any of the authors of this database, is responsible for the inconvenience possibly resulting from incorrect information. Users are free to use this database as a reference, but are also requested to check the original data from the publications whenever available. In certain rare cases, reasonable recalculations have been done before adding data to PALEOMAGIA.
Questions and comments should be addressed to the webmaster, Dr. Toni Veikkolainen, either by email (toni.veikkolainen [at] helsinki.fi) or using the feedback form provided.