Resolution No.14 (1981): Data bank of archaeomagnetic and palaeomagnetic records

IAGA, noting the need to extend our knowledge of the geomagnetic secular variation beyond the limited range of historical and observatory records and recognising the large increase during the past decade in secular variation records from a world-wide network of sites obtained from archaeomagnetic studies and palaeomagnetic studies of sedimentary sequences, urges that a data bank be established, and subsequently transferred to a World Data Center to enable all workers to gain ready access to the available data.

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