Special Issue "Ground-Based Geomagnetic Observations: Techniques, Instruments and Scientific Outcomes"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2022) | Viewed by 19491
Interests: mathematical methods of data mining in geophysics; geoinformatics; geoinformation systems for geoscience studies; geomagnetic field; magnetic observatories; core magnetic field dynamics; ionosphere current systems
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This Special Issue will focus on the wide range of aspects related to deployment and operation of magnetic stations, observatories, and repeat stations, as well as the modern techniques of the field, aerial, and marine magnetic surveys. Special attention will be paid to advanced mathematical tools and algorithms aimed at systematic improvement of recorded data and their possible real-time applications. Ground-based geomagnetic observations are an indispensable source of information on the Earth’s magnetic field dynamics. Magnetic stations and observatories provide continuous and homogeneous time-series of geomagnetic elements for decades and centuries. This crucial feature enables retrospective analysis of the long-term evolution of the geomagnetic field, which is unfortunately lacking in low-orbit satellite missions. This Issue also welcomes submissions devoted to modern mathematical approaches to the comprehensive analysis and interpretation of geomagnetic information, data mining and modeling. Fundamental studies of both internal and external magnetic fields using ground-based observations will be in the scope of the Special Issue. We encourage contributors of the regional and global networks, scientists who actively employ ground-based geomagnetic data in their studies and geomagnetic instrument manufacturers to share their results through the Special Issue.
Dr. Anatoly Soloviev
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- Earth’s magnetic field
- geomagnetic observations
- geomagnetic stations
- magnetic observatories
- geomagnetic repeat stations
- magnetic survey
- potential field modeling
- data mining
- core magnetic field
- ionosphere current systems
- magnetosphere current systems
- geophysical data analysis
- mathematical methods in geophysics
- real-time data