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Fast geomagnetic field intensity variation between 600 BC and 250 AC. New archeointensity data from Uzbekistan

AuthorsBonilla-Alba, R; Gómez-Paccard, Miriam ; Beamud, Elisabet ; Martínez Ferreras, V.; Gurt Esparraguera, J. M.; Ariño Gil, Enrique; Osete, María Luisa
Issue Date4-Sep-2019
PublisherSociedad Geológica de España
CitationMagiber XI - Livro de Resumos: 26-29 (2019)
AbstractThe geomagnetic field is a global feature with an important regional character. Its temporal and spatial variation can be observed from direct measurements such as satellites and logbook available since the 17th century. In order to know the behaviour of the geomagnetic field further in the past indirect measurements are needed. These indirect measurements (called paleo or archeomagnetic data) are based on the study of the remanent magnetization acquired by the iron oxides present in certain rocks and archaeological materials when heated at high temperatures (Néel, 1955).
DescriptionReunión MAGIBER XI Portugal ,Condeixa a Nova (4 al 6 de septiembre de 2019)
Identifiersisbn: 978-989-98914-7-0
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