Jaramillo normal event

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The Jaramillo normal event is a period of normal polarity of Earth's magnetic field during the Matumaya Reversed Epoch.[1] The Jaramillo normal event is dated to 1.06 to 0.9 million years ago in the stratigraphic record of Pleistocene epoch rocks found near Jaramillo Creek in the Valles Caldera of New Mexico.

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  1. ^ Glen, William (1982). The Road to Jaramillo. Stanford University Press.