Ted Irving
Ted Irving
Geological Survey of Canada
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Paleomagnetism and its application to geological and geophysical problems
E Irving
(No Title), 1964
Drift of the major continental blocks since the Devonian
E Irving
Nature 270 (5635), 304-309, 1977
Apparent polar wander paths Carboniferous through Cenozoic and the assembly of Gondwana
E Irving, GA Irving
Geophysical Surveys 5 (2), 141-188, 1982
Paleopoles and paleolatitudes of North America and speculations about displaced terrains
E Irving
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 16 (3), 669-694, 1979
Statistical methods in rock magnetism
GS Watson, E Irving
Geophysical Journal International 7 (6), 289-300, 1957
The magnetism of some Permian rocks from New South Wales
E Irving, LG Parry
Geophysical Journal International 7 (4), 395-411, 1963
The Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 45 N. XIV. Oxidation and magnetic properties of basalt; review and discussion
E Irving
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 7 (6), 1528-1538, 1970
Influence of inclination error in sedimentary rocks on the Triassic and Jurassic apparent pole wander path for North America and implications for Cordilleran tectonics
DV Kent, E Irving
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B10), 2010
Reversals of the geomagnetic field, magnetostratigraphy, and relative magnitude of paleosecular variation in the Phanerozoic
E Irving, G Pullaiah
Earth-Science Reviews 12 (1), 35-64, 1976
Paleomagnetic evidence for displacement from the south of the Coast Plutonic Complex, British Columbia
E Irving, GJ Woodsworth, PJ Wynne, A Morrison
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 22 (4), 584-598, 1985
The direction of the geomagnetic field in remote epochs in Great Britain
KM Creer, E Irving, SK Runcorn
Journal of geomagnetism and geoelectricity 6 (4), 163-168, 1954
Large (1000 to 4000 km) northward movements of tectonic domains in the northern Cordillera, 83 to 45 Ma
E Irving, PJ Wynne, DJ Thorkelson, P Schiarizza
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B8), 17901-17916, 1996
Paleomagnetism and the evolution of Pangea
P Morel, E Irving
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 86 (B3), 1858-1872, 1981
Palaeomagnetism of the Great Whin sill
KM Creer, E Irving, AEM Nairn
Geophysical Journal International 2 (4), 306-323, 1959
Paleomagnetism of some Carboniferous rocks from New South Wales and its relation to geological events
E Irving
Journal of geophysical Research 71 (24), 6025-6051, 1966
Northward displacement of north-central British Columbia
JWH Monger, E Irving
Nature 285 (5763), 289-294, 1980
Hairpins and superintervals
E Irving, JK Park
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 9 (10), 1318-1324, 1972
Paleomagnetism of the Upper Cretaceous strata of Mount Tatlow: Evidence for 3000 km of northward displacement of the eastern Coast Belt, British Columbia
PJ Wynne, E Irving, JA Maxson, KL Kleinspehn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B4), 6073-6091, 1995
III. The origin of the palaeomagnetism of the Torridonian sandstones of north-west Scotland
E Irving
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1957
Early Proterozoic geomagnetic field in western Laurentia: implications for paleolatitudes, local rotations and stratigraphy
E Irving, J Baker, M Hamilton, PJ Wynne
Precambrian Research 129 (3-4), 251-270, 2004
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