SPATIAL VARIATIONS IN GEOMAGNETIC MICROPULSATIONS

Authors
  1. Duffus, H.J.
  2. Kinnear, J.K.
  3. Shand, A.J.
  4. Wright, C.S.
Corporate Authors
Pacific Naval Lab, Esquimalt BC (CAN)
Abstract
Micropulsation fields measured simultaneously at pairs of stations are compared in order to describe their recognizable geographical extent and the perturbations due to local terrain. The micropulsation field gradients were too small to be measured over a homogeneous earth but were clearly evident near the sea coast. Estimates are made of the extent of the anomaly at the sea coast, and of the fraction of the signal accounted for by geology of the site.
Report Number
PNL-RP-62-10 — Reprint
Date of publication
30 Jun 1962
Number of Pages
41
Reprinted from
Canadian J of Physics, vol 30, 1962, p 1133-1152
DSTKIM No
62-04410
CANDIS No
138450
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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