Earth's magnetic field: ocean current contributions to vertical profiles in deep oceans
The Earth's main magnetic field, arising in the core, should, in the ocean, have a well-defined uniform gradient with depth. Superimposed upon this uniform gradient may be magnetic signals due to a variety of sources. These include crustal magnetization,
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