**Figure F30.** Downhole plots of inclination, Holes U1377A and U1377B. **A.** Core recovery and observed stratigraphy (see Fig. F8 for explanation of patterns and abbreviations). **B.** All downhole inclination data measured at 2 cm intervals on archive-half cores: red = principal component analysis (PCA) directions with misfits ≤ 2.42 (Hole U1377A) and ≤ 1.89 (Hole U1377B), pink = PCA directions with misfits > 2.42 (Hole U1377A) and > 1.89 (Hole U1377B). **C.** Average inclination for each lithologic unit (see “Igneous petrology and volcanology”), calculated using inclination-only statistics (Arason and Levi, 2010). **D.** Average inclination for each core piece longer than 9 cm, calculated using Fisher statistics. **E.** Average inclination for each lithologic unit, calculated using average piece directions displayed in D and inclination-only statistics. **F.** Characteristic remanent magnetization inclinations from discrete samples (from alternating-field [AF] or thermal demagnetization) with maximum angular deviation ≤ 5°. Shading scheme for C–F represents the ISCI for identifying distinct lava flow units, where the darkest shade of blue is the most confident and green is not applicable (NA; i.e., deposits cannot have retained their orientation since cooling).

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