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Authors: Di Mauro, D.*
Cafarella, L.*
Chambodut, A.*
Lepidi, S.*
Title: EARTH'S MAGNETISM AT THE SOUTH POLE: A VIEW FROM INLAND AND COASTAL STATIONS AND FROM TEMPORARY INSTALLATIONS
Issue Date: 8-Jun-2010
Keywords: Geomagnetic Observatories
Magnetometers, Antarctica
Abstract: Contributions to the knowledge of the Earth’s magnetism from polar regions is extremely important to understand the planetary phenomena which occur both below and above the Earth’s surface. At those areas the Earth’s magnetic field is stronger and the spatial and temporal changes are enhanced. At the same time polar regions are areas scarcely covered by observations for the adverse environmental conditions. We report the experience gained in years of management and maintenance of permanent stations (Mario Zucchelli, Dumont d’Urville (Victoria Land) and Concordia stations, Dome C) as well as temporary installations (Talos Dome) in Antarctica, showing how different acquisition systems, analysis and interpretation of data allow the scientific communities to contribute to originating important theories, models and results.
Appears in Collections:Conference materials
04.03.06. Measurements and monitoring
04.05.05. Main geomagnetic field

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