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Table 2 Paleomagnetic poles for southwest Japan, Korean Peninsula, and East Asia

From: An improved apparent polar wander path for southwest Japan: post-Cretaceous multiphase rotations with respect to the Asian continent

Stage Age N Pole A95 (°) References
Lat (°N) Long (°E)
Southwest Japan
 12 Ma 12 ± 1 Ma 4 85.3 340.4 7.7 Uno et al. (2017)
 20 Ma 20 ± 4 Ma 5 51.3 221.3 6.7 Uno et al. (2017)
 70 Ma 74 ± 2 Ma (21) 27.6 203.9 12.4 Kodama (1990)a
 80 Ma 82 ± 2 Ma (13) 27.0 207.7 8.9 Otofuji and Matsuda (1987), Uno (2002)
 90 Ma 89 ± 2 Ma (22) 29.6 200.3 8.7 Otofuji and Matsuda (1987), Uno et al. (2017)
 110 Ma 111 ± 6 Ma (17) 24.6 203.1 6.8 This study, Uno and Furukawa (2005)
Korean Peninsula
 70 Ma 72 ± 3 Ma (14) 67.0 210.6 6.7 Kang and Kim (2000)
 110 Ma 110 ± 1 Ma 9 61.8 203.8 2.7 Lee et al. (2011)a
East Asia
 70 Ma   45 79.7 219.5 3.3 Cogné et al. (2013)
 110 Ma   22 80.8 199.5 3.5 Cogné et al. (2013)
  1. N: number of studies (sites) used in calculation of the means; Lat: north latitude; Long: east longitude; A95: radius of the circle of 95% confidence
  2. aMean pole recalculated for this study