Recent Publications

  • Kodama, Kenneth P., Paleomagnetism of Sedimentary Rocks: Process and Interpretation, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, 157 pp, 2012.
  • Gentoso, M.J., Evenson, E.B., Kodama, K.P., Iverson, N.R., Alley, R.B., Berti, C. and Kozlowski, A., Exploring till bed kinematics using AMS magnetic fabrics and pebble fabrics: the Weedsport drumlin field, New York State, USA, Boreas, 41, 31-41, 2012.
  • Bilardello, D. J. Jezek, and K.P. Kodama, Propagating and incorporating the error in anisotropy-based inclination corrections, Geophys. J. Int., 187(1), 75-84, 2011. DOI:
  • Tan, X., Gilder, S., Kodama, K.P., Wan, J. Han, Y., Zhang, H., Xu. H., and D. Zhou, New paleomagnetic results from the Lhasa block: Revised estimation of latitudinal shortening across Tibet and implications for dating the India-Asia collision, Earth Planet. Sci. Lettrs., 293, 396-404, 2010.
  • Kodama, K.P., Anastasio, D.J., Newton, M.L., Pares, J.M., and L.A. Hinnov, High-resolution rock magnetic cyclostratigraphy in an Eocene flysch, Spanish Pyrenees, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 11, Q0AA07, doi:10,1029/ 2010GC003069, 2010.
  • Zhao, C., Yu, Z., Zhao, Y., Ito, E. Kodama, K.P., and Chen, F. Holocene millennial-scale cimate variations documented by multiple lake-level proxies in sediment cores from Hurleg Lake, Northwest China, J. Paleolimnol., 44, 995- 1008, 2010.
  • Egli, R., A.P. Chen, M. Winklhofer, K.P. Kodama and C.-S. Horng, Detection of noninteracting single domain particles using first-order reversal curve diagrams, Geochem., Geophys. Geosyst., 11, Q01Z11, doi: 10.1029/2009GC002916, 27 January, 2010.
  • Bilardello, D.A. and K.P. Kodama, Palaeomagnetism and magnetic anisotropy of Carboniferous red beds from the Maritime Provinces of Canada: evidence for shallow palaeomagnetic inclinations and implications for North American apparent polar wander, Geophys. J. Int., 180, 1013-1029, 2010.
  • Bilardello, D. and K.P. Kodama, A new inclination shallowing correction of the Mauch Chunk Formation of Pennsylvania, based on high-field AIR results: Implications for the Carboniferous North American APW path and Pangea reconstructions, Earth Planet. Sci. Lettrs., 299, 218-227, 2010.
  • Bilardello, D. and K. P. Kodama, Rock magnetic evidence for inclination shallowing in the early Carboniferous Deer Lake Group red beds of western Newfoundland, Geophys. J. Int., 181, 275-289, 2010.
  • Tauxe, L. and K.P. Kodama, Paleosecular variation models for ancient times: Clues from Keweenawan lava flows, Phys. Earth Planet. Int., 177, 31-45, 2009.
  • K. P. Kodama, Simplification of the anisotropy-based inclination correction technique for magnetite- and haematite-bearing rocks: a case study for the Carboniferous Glenshaw and Mauch Chunk Formations, North America, Geophys. J. Int., 176, 2, 467-477, 2009.
  • Han, Y.L., Tan, X.D. and K.P. Kodama, Can rock magnetic fabric reveal strain? Case studies of Early Triassic limestones from South China Block, Chinese Jour. Geophysics-Chinese Edition, 52. 2588-2594, 2009.
  • Burmeister, K.C., M.J. Harrison, S. Marshak, E.C. Ferre, R.A. Bannister, and K.P. Kodama, Comparison of Fry strain ellipse and AMS ellipsoid trends to tectonic fabric trends in very low-strain sandstone of the Appalachian fold-thrust belt, J. Structural Geol., 31, 1028-1038, 2009.
  • Bilardello, D. A. and K.P. Kodama, Measuring remanence anisotropy of hematite in red beds: anisotropy of high field isothermal remanence magnetization (hf- AIR). Geophys. J. Int., 178, 1260-1272, 2009.
Kenneth P. Kodama