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Magnetic susceptibility data from marine rocks can be used for global correlation due to synchronous variations in global erosion. This work, aims to show that, the magnetic susceptibility signature which exists in the cretaceous sediments of the Babouri-Figuil basin, resides mainly in the detrital constituents. Variations of amplitudes are observed, which can be useful for regional correlation. This amplitude variation results in the transgressive and regressive movements that give way to adoi:10.4236/ojss.2014.48029 fatcat:asuzny4psjbgpotosok3sgkyae