geomagnetic field

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geomagnetic field,

n the magnetic field produced by the earth.
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Clay samples from this region were collected by the researchers, which helped provide a record of the earth's magnetic field.
Using a compass and a dip circle (a compass needle mounted sideways so that it could point downwards) we showed the students how the direction and strength of the Earth's magnetic field changed as we neared the pole.
The solar wind interacts with the Earth's magnetic field in a manner similar to a fluid, but an electrically conducting fluid, Clauer noted.
The researchers show that this effect could continuously stimulate the motion of the liquid iron alloy making up the outer core, and in return generate Earth's magnetic field.
Scientists track Earth's magnetic field through time using lava rocks.
ij] meaning impact factor of The Earth's magnetic field i-th component for magnetic field generated by the vehicle walls j-th component.
Although Earth's magnetic field has been measured and researched for about 150 years, there are still gaps in our knowledge of it.
The geodynamics of the Earth's magnetic field are similarly not well understood and many more factors would need to be examined before making reliable conclusions.
WASHINGTON - A solar storm that shook the Earth's magnetic field on Thursday spared satellite and power systems as it delivered a glancing blow, although it could still intensify until early Friday, US space weather experts said.
They found that Earth's magnetic field is vital for keeping our atmosphere in place.
The foxes seem to be using Earth's magnetic field to help them hunt.
Summary: The strongest geomagnetic storm in more than six years is set to hit Earth's magnetic field on Tuesday and it could affect airline routes and power grids.