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5.3: Magnetic Polarity Evidence for Continental Drift

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apparent polar wander

The path on the globe showing where the magnetic pole appeared to move over time.

magnetite

A magnetic mineral that takes on Earth's magnetic polarity as it crystallizes.

magnetometer

An instrument that measures the magnetic field intensity.

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