Selected MicroMagnetic References

Donovan, T. J., 1974, Petroleum microseepage at Cement, Oklahoma: evidence and mechanism: Am. Assoc. Petr. Geol. Bull., 58 (3), 429-446.

Donovan, T. J., Forgey, R. L., Roberts, A. A., 1979, Aeromagnetic detection of diagenetic magnetite over oil fields: Am. Assoc. Petr. Geol. Bull., 63 (2), 245-248.

Machel, H. G., Burton, E. A., 1991, Causes and spatial distribution of anomalous magnetization in hydrocarbon seepage environments: Am. Assoc. Petr. Geol. Bull., 75 (12), 1864-1876.

Machel, H. G., Burton, E. A., 1991, Chemical and microbial processes causing anomalous magnetization in environments affected by hydrocarbon seepage: Geophysics, 56 (5), 598-605.

Mullins, C. E., Tite, M. S., 1973, Magnetic viscosity, quadrature susceptibility, and frequency dependence of susceptibility in single-domain assemblies of magnetite and maghemite: J. Geophys. Res., 78 (5), 804-809.

Newell, A. J., Dunlop, D. J., Williams, W., 1993, A two-dimensional micromagnetic model of magnetizations and fields in magnetite: J. Geophys. Res., 98 (B6), 9533-9549.

Reynolds, R. L., Fishman, N. S., Hudson, M. R., 1991, Sources of aeromagnetic anomalies over Cement oil field (Oklahoma), Simpson oil field (Alaska), and the Wyoming-Idaho-Utah thrust belt: Geophysics, 56 (5), 606-617.

Reynolds, R. L., Webring, M., Grauch, V. J. S., Tuttle, M., 1990, Magnetic forward models of Cement oil field, Oklahoma, based on rock magnetic, geochemical, and petrologic constraints: Geophysics, 55 (3), 344-353.

Worm, H. –U., Clark, D., Dekkers, M. J., 1993, Magnetic susceptibility of pyrrhotite: grain size, field and frequency dependence: Geophys. J. Int., 114, 127-137.


The following references are from the special section of the Journal of Geophysical Research, 95 (B4), 1990 on magnetization in sediments.

Arason, P., Levi, S., Compaction and inclination shallowing in deep-sea sediments from the Pacific Ocean, 4501-4510.

Arason, P., Levi, S., Models of inclination shallowing during sediment compaction, 4481-4499.

Deamer, G. A., Kodama, K. P., Compaction induced inlcination shallowing in synthetic and natural clay-rich sediments, 4511-4529.

Elmore, R. D., Crawford, L., Remanence in authigenic magnetite: testing the hydrocarbon magnetite hypothesis, 4539-4549.

Karlin, R., Magnetic diagenesis in marine sediments from the Oregon continental margin, 4405-4419.

Karlin, R., Magnetic mineral diagenesis in soboxic sediments at Bettis site W-N, NE Pacific Ocean, 4421-4436.

Leslie, B. W., Hammond, D. E., Berelson, W. M., Lund, S. P., Diagenesis in anoxic sediments from the California continental borderland and its influence on iron, sulfur, and magnetite behavior, 4453-4470.

Leslie, B. W., Lund, S. P., Hammond, D. E., Rock magnetic evidence for the dissolution and authigenic growth of magnetic minerals within anoxic marine sediments of the California continental borderland, 4437-4452.

Levi, S., Banerjee, S., On the origin of inclination shallowing in redeposited sediments, 4383-4389.

Lu, R., Banerjee, S. K., Marvin, J., Effects of Clay minerology and the electrical conductivity of water on the acquisition of depositional remanent magnetization in sediments, 4531-4538.

Lund, S. P., Karlin, R., Introduction to the special section on Physical and biogeochemical processes responsible for the magnetization of sediments, 4353-4554.

McNeill, D. F., Biogenic magnetite from surface Holocene carbonate sediments, Great Bahama Bank, 4363-4371.

McWhinnie, S. T., van der Pluijm, B. A., Van der Voo, R., Remagnetizations and thrusting in the Idaho-Wyoming overthrust belt, 4551-4559.

Snowball, I., Thompson, R., A stable chemical remanence in Holocene sediments, 4471-4479.

Stolz, J. F., Loveley, D. R., Haggerty, S. E., Biogenic magnetite and the magnetization of sediments, 4355-4361.

Tauxe, L., Constable, C., Stokking, L., Use of anistropy to determine the origin of characteristic remanence in the Siwalik Red Beds of Northern Pakistan, 4391-4404.

Yamazaki, T., Katsura, I., Magnetic grain size and viscous remanent magnetization of pelagic clay, 4373-4382.