Table T10. Shipboard characteristic remanent magnetization inclination averages and summary statistics based on principal component analyses of alternating-field demagnetization data, Site 1205.
Basalt
unit/subunit
N
Point
inc
()
Inc95
()
k
1 3 -72.0 17.5 139
3 19 -29.5 2.3 191
5b 8 -18.1 2.8 414
6 8 -43.8 14.3 17
8 9 -35.1 3.3 258
9 4 -29.6 9.1 172
10 13 -42.4 6.3 42
11b 4 -47.5 2.5 2245
12b 7 -62.9 12.9 26
13b 4 -43.3 7.0 290
14b 3 -50.8 13.9 221
15b, 16, 17 14 -74.0 6.7 39
18b 7 -69.0 6.6 96
19b 5 -64.9 8.5 111
20 7 -27.0 5.3 149
21 3 -25.9 10.6 373
22 3 -29.1 12.9 255
24a 4 -46.0 8.6 193
26a 4 -45.3 7.6 251
27 10 -55.4 3.6 180
28a 3 -40.9 9.0 519
29b 1 -35.1
30b 1 -38.4
Average: 22 -45.7 8.4 14

Notes: Estimate of dispersion (S), based on the transformation of Cox (1970) = 20.4. N = number of determinations within each unit. Point inc = estimation of the inclination mean based on the averaging method of McFadden and Reid (1982). Inc95 = estimation of 95% confidence interval of inclination. k = estimate of precision parameter. — = not applicable. N for "Average" values is the estimated number of independent time units (see text).