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Induction arrows from offshore floating magnetometers, using land reference data

Hitchman, A; Lilley, Frederick (Ted); Milligan, P


Induction arrows are a traditional output of magnetovariational experiments, and represent transfer functions used quantitatively in the inversion of geomagnetic depth sounding data to give Earth electrical conductivity structure. In this paper, a technique is tested in which 'total-field' variations are combined with horizontal-field data recorded simultaneously at remote stations in order to derive induction arrows. The method is first demonstrated using total-field data recorded on land by...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Geophysical Journal International


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