RECENT GEODYNAMO SIMULATIONS AND OBSERVATIONS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD

@article{Kono2002RECENTGS,
  title={RECENT GEODYNAMO SIMULATIONS AND OBSERVATIONS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD},
  author={Masaru Kono and Paul H. Roberts},
  journal={Reviews of Geophysics},
  year={2002},
  volume={40}
}
In 1995, two groups [ Kageyama et al., 1995 ; Glatzmaier and Roberts, 1995a , 1995b ] reported results of numerical integrations of fully three‐dimensional, fully nonlinear dynamos. Their papers were precursors of a stream of such models that have focused particularly on the geodynamo. They provide us, in unprecedented detail, with spectacular realizations of interesting geomagnetic field behaviors, such as secular variation and even polarity reversals. The proliferation of models has, however… 
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