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Table 2 Thellier–Coe paleointensity results for site PO-3 (Neáltican lava flow)

From: A comprehensive paleomagnetic study from the last Plinian eruptions of Popocatepetl volcano: absolute chronology of lavas and estimation of emplacement temperatures of PDCs

SpecimenΔT (°C)Nβfgqδ(CK)δ(TR)MADancClassHraw (μT)± σH (μT)fHcrc (μT)
21A150–560110.040.590.8612.25.93.32.1B55.42.291.1149.9
22A200–560100.030.900.8730.02.77.70.9B59.71.551.0855.2
23B200–560100.020.910.8732.45.17.01.1B59.51.461.0258.3
24C200–560100.060.710.779.36.47.01.1B61.83.611.0360.0
25A250–56090.050.760.7812.50.37.81.5A63.63.041.0461.2
26B250–56080.040.690.8315.77.94.41.5B60.82.241.0458.4
27A250–56090.030.750.8523.56.54.11.2B61.61.651.0558.6
         Mean = 60.3  57.4
         1σ = 2.6  3.8
  1. δT temperature interval used for the intensity determination, N number of heating steps used for the intensity determination, β = σm/m (m slope of the best fit line, σm standard deviation of m), f fraction of extrapolated NRM used for intensity determination, g gap factor, q quality factor as defined by Coe et al. (1978), δ(CK), δ(TR), MADanc and class as defined by Leonhardt et al. (2004), Hraw raw archeointensity value, σH standard deviation of H, f cooling rate correction factor, Hcrc cooling rate-corrected archeointensity