2013GL056766ts01.docxWord 2007 document37K2013GL056766-ts01.docx. Archeointensity results for all fragments and specimens. Specimen: c represent the specimens used for MW cooling-rate corrections; Lab field direction: directions adopted in MW experiments, where p and ap represent the parallel and antiparallel applied laboratory fields, respectively; n: number of points used in the Arai diagrams; f, g, q: statistical parameters of acceptance determined by Coe et al. (1978); PI and PI_CR: archeointensity estimates of virgin and pTMRM imparted specimens, respectively; SD: standard deviation; fMW: MW cooling-rate correction factor; PIC: archeointensity corrected; PIF and SD: archeointensity results and standard deviation for each fragment after MW cooling-rate correction, respectively; TT and TR represent the Thellier and Thellier (1959) and Triaxe (Le Goff and Gallet, 2004) methods previously applied for the studied fragments, respectively.
2013GL056766ts02.docxWord 2007 document17K2013GL056766-ts02.docx: Selection criteria for MW archeointensity estimates.
2013GL056766ts03.docxWord 2007 document18K2013GL056766-ts0.docx. Archeointensity results from SW Pacific Islands pottery and NE Brazilian bricks. MW and TT data from SW Pacific Islands (Stark et al., 2010), TT data from NE Brazilian bricks (Hartmann et al., 2010) and MW data from this study corrected by MW cooling-rate factors obtained from Equation 1. TT-fCR: cooling-rate correction factors for TT data; TT PIcorrected: results after cooling-rate correction for TT data; MW PIuncorrected: results before cooling-rate correction for MW data; MW-fCR (CTlab = 5 s) and MW-fCR (CTlab = 90 s): cooling-rate correction factors for cooling times of 5 s and 90 s, respectively; (a) MW PIcorrected and (b) MW PIcorrected: results after cooling-rate corrections for MW data, using cooling times of 5 s and 90 s, respectively.
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