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4.3: Magnetic Polarity Evidence for Continental Drift

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apparent polar wander

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

magnetite

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

magnetometer

Instrument that measures the magnetic field intensity.

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Date Created:
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