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  1. Authors: Nils Olsen and Roger Haagmans
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 58:BF03351932
  2. Since the mid-1990s, many geomagnetic datasets began appearing on the World Wide Web. Often these data were not submitted to the World Data Centers as recommended since the International Geophysical Year (1957...

    Authors: Vladimir O. Papitashvili, Valeriy G. Petrov, Anshuman B. Saxena, C. Robert Clauer and Natalia E. Papitashvili
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351980
  3. Six geomagnetic repeat stations were established over the territory of Slovakia. The locations of the observation points were chosen in a way to provide long time series of geomagnetic measurements at the same...

    Authors: Fridrich Valach, Magdalena Vaczyova and Peter Dolinsky
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351978
  4. The quality of magnetic surveys is essentially influenced by the geomagnetic activity. As the in situ measurements are usually limited to very short time period, they must be compared with observatory continuo...

    Authors: Pavel Hejda, Josef Bochníček, Josef Horáček and Jaroslava Nejedlá
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351976
  5. When measuring the geomagnetic declination, the azimuth of the reference mark must be measured. This paper briefly describes the principle of measuring the azimuth by the differential GPS (Global Positioning S...

    Authors: Zuowen Gu, Zhijia Zhan, Jintian Gao, Tongqi Yao and Wei Han
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351974
  6. This report covers results of the long-term research directed at developing an absolute vector proton magnetometer based on the switching of bias magnetic fields. The distinctive feature is the attempt of the ...

    Authors: V. Sapunov, J. Rasson, A. Denisov, D. Saveliev, S. Kiselev, O. Denisova, Y. Podmogov and S. Khomutov
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351972
  7. For two years, geomagnetic variations have been measured at the seafloor in the northwest Pacific. The seafloor data consist of the geomagnetic vector field measured by a three-component fluxgate magnetometer ...

    Authors: H. Toh, Y. Hamano and M. Ichiki
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351970
  8. Mn−Cr systematics in olivine of two Rumuruti (R) chondrites was investigated. Mn/52Cr ratios up to 1800 and 1300, and δ53Cr of up to 25‰ and 7‰ were observed for NWA 753 and Sahara 99531, respectively. All data p...

    Authors: Naoji Sugiura and Akiko Miyazaki
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351966
  9. The method of 1D spherical elementary current systems (SECS) is a new way for determining ionospheric and field-aligned currents in spherical geometry from magnetic field measurements made by a low-orbit satel...

    Authors: Liisa Juusola, Olaf Amm and Ari Viljanen
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351964
  10. It is shown that there are distinctly two different mechanisms for the interaction of solar wind with the earth’s magnetosphere to produce electric field in the ionospheric heights at low and middle latitudes....

    Authors: R. G. Rastogi
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351962
  11. During 28–31 October, 2003, a series of coronal mass ejections hit the magnetosphere and triggered two consecutive large storms. Three ground magnetometers at L = 1.32–1.41 recorded field-line resonances (FLRs...

    Authors: Satoko Takasaki, Hideaki Kawano, Yoshimasa Tanaka, Akimasa Yoshikawa, Masahiro Seto, Masahide Iizima, Yuki Obana, Natsuo Sato and Kiyohumi Yumoto
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351959
  12. Ionospheric absorption associated with a great geomagnetic storm on July 15–16, 2000 (the “Bastille Day storm”) was observed in the Brazilian geomagnetic anomaly using a two-dimensional 4 × 4 imaging riometer ...

    Authors: Masanori Nishino, Kazuo Makita, Kiyofumi Yumoto, Yoshizumi Miyoshi, Nelson J. Schuch and Mangalathayil A. Abdu
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351958
  13. The diurnal, seasonal, and solar activity variations of the bottomside ionospheric profile parameters B0 and B1 are studied using electron density profiles measured over Wuhan (30.4°N, 114.4°E) of China with a DG...

    Authors: Huajiao Chen, Libo Liu, Weixing Wan, Baiqi Ning and Jiuhou Lei
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351957
  14. At Sakurajima volcano, strombolian eruptions forerun vulcanian explosions, and volcanian explosions are often followed by continuous ash eruptions. Change in the mode of its eruptive activity is drastic and re...

    Authors: Kenji Nogami, Masato Iguchi, Kazuhiro Ishihara, Jun-ichi Hirabayashi and Daisuke Miki
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351956
  15. On September 1, 2004, Mt. Asama in central Japan erupted for the first time in 21 years. Between this moderate eruption and mid-November of the same year, 4 additional moderate eruptions occurred. We installed...

    Authors: Takao Ohminato, Minoru Takeo, Hiroyuki Kumagai, Tadashi Yamashina, Jun Oikawa, Etsuro Koyama, Hiroshi Tsuji and Taku Urabe
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351955
  16. Previous studies indicate that the source area of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M 8.0) was smaller than the comparable 1952 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M 8.2) source. We reinverted the 1952 tsunami waveforms, b...

    Authors: Kenji Satake, Kenji Hirata, Shigeru Yamaki and Yuichiro Tanioka
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351951
  17. Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements from Feb. 2002 through Mar. 2004 were used to estimate the recent crustal movement along the Lai Chau—Dien Bien (Dien Bien Phu) fault (LC-DBF) system in the Northwe...

    Authors: Chi Cong Duong, Hong-Sic Yun and Jae-Myoung Cho
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351949
  18. The application of conventional SAR Interferometry (InSAR) together with the two techniques of subcentimeter accuracy, the Stacking and the Permanent Scatterers (PS) Interferometry, were used to study the grou...

    Authors: Is. Parcharidis, E. Lagios, V. Sakkas, D. Raucoules, D. Feurer, S. Le Mouelic, C. King, C. Carnec, F. Novali, A. Ferretti, R. Capes and G. Cooksley
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351947
  19. We have used a global model of the solar wind magnetosphere interaction to model the high latitude part of the external contributions to the geomagnetic field near the Earth. The model also provides correspond...

    Authors: T. Moretto, S. Vennerstrøm, N. Olsen, L. Rastätter and J. Raeder
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351940
  20. Conducting ocean water, as it flows through the Earth’s magnetic field, generates secondary electric and magnetic fields. An assessment of the ocean-generated magnetic fields and their detectability may be of ...

    Authors: C. Manoj, A. Kuvshinov, S. Maus and H. Lühr
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351939
  21. An approach is presented to detect deep-seated regional conductivity anomalies by analysis of magnetic observations taken by low-Earth-orbiting satellites. The approach deals with recovery of C-responses on a reg...

    Authors: Alexei Kuvshinov, Terence Sabaka and Nils Olsen
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351938
  22. This paper reports on the findings of a simulation study designed to test various satellite configurations suggested for the upcoming Swarm magnetic mapping mission. The test is to see whether the mission objecti...

    Authors: Terence J. Sabaka and Nils Olsen
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351935
  23. Swarm, a satellite constellation to measure Earth’s magnetic field with unpreceded accuracy, has been selected by ESA for launch in 2009. The mission will provide the best ever survey of the geomagnetic field and...

    Authors: Nils Olsen, Roger Haagmans, Terence J. Sabaka, Alexei Kuvshinov, Stefan Maus, Michael E. Purucker, Martin Rother, Vincent Lesur and Mioara Mandea
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351934
  24. The Swarm mission was selected as the 5th mission in ESA’s Earth Explorer Programme in 2004. The mission will provide the best ever survey of the geomagnetic field and its temporal evolution that will lead to new...

    Authors: E. Friis-Christensen, H. Lühr and G. Hulot
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351933
  25. In order to investigate spatial and temporal variations of fast and slow Z-mode waves frequently observed in the equatorial plasmasphere, statistical studies have been performed by using plasma wave observatio...

    Authors: Y. Nishimura, T. Ono, M. Iizima, A. Shinbori, A. Kumamoto and H. Oya
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351930
  26. Daytime half-hourly values of the critical frequency of the ionospheric E-layer, f oE, obtained at Wuhan Ionospheric Observatory (geographic 114.4°E, 30.6°N; 45.2°dip), China, during the whole interval of 1957–19...

    Authors: Xinan Yue, Weixing Wan, Libo Liu and Baiqi Ning
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351928
  27. We investigate a temporal change in a stress parameter of earthquakes that occurred in the 1989 swarms off the eastern Izu Peninsula in Japan. We use the energy index (EI), which have been monitored in deep South...

    Authors: Hironori Kawakata, Hiroshi Ogasawara, Shoji Sekiguchi, Shizuka Uyama and Kazuo Mino
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351926
  28. This paper states on the new concept of the generalized Bouguer anomaly (GBA) that is defined upon the datum level of an arbitrary elevation. Discussions are particularly focused on how to realize the Bouguer ...

    Authors: Kyozo Nozaki
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351925
  29. We have been developing a system for detecting seafloor crustal movement by combining kinematic GPS and acoustic ranging techniques. A linear inversion method is adopted to determine the position of seafloor s...

    Authors: Masayuki Fujita, Tadashi Ishikawa, Masashi Mochizuki, Mariko Sato, Shin-ichi Toyama, Masato Katayama, Koji Kawai, Yoshihiro Matsumoto, Tetsuichiro Yabuki, Akira Asada and Oscar L. Colombo
    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2006 58:BF03351923

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