Geomagnetic excursions: Knowns and unknowns
Geomagnetic excursions are short-lived episodes when Earth's magnetic field deviates into an intermediate polarity state. Understanding the origin, frequency, amplitude, duration, and field behavior associated with excursions is a forefront research area
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