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Considering both the magnetic inclination and the reversed polarity, we suggest the age of the Brassfield magnetization to be Late Permian, possibly acquired during the Kiaman interval.
The samples were not oriented in azimuth but bedding planes were prominent allowing magnetic inclinations to be determined before and after a tilt correction.
However, we can determine magnetic inclinations with respect to bedding planes.