Frozen magnetic reversal

Added by Lawrie Ryan on Mar 19, 2008

An animation illustrating how parallel bands of iron-rich rock have 'reverse magnetism'. Every several hundred thousand years the direction of the Earth's magnetic field reverses. These changes are recorded in the rock that emerges from mid-oceanic ridges.

This resource is from the unit Moving Plates which is part of Absorb Chemistry.

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