Talk:Australasian strewnfield

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Co-Dating with Brunhes Matyama Geomagnetic Reversal[edit]

According to one published paper the Australasian tektite strewnfield is co-dated with the Brunhes Matyama geomagnetic reversal at 780 K yrs ago. hgwb (talk) 03:53, 25 April 2010 (UTC)