Regional magnetic field modelling: A review.

@inproceedings{Haines1990RegionalMF,
  title={Regional magnetic field modelling: A review.},
  author={G. V. Haines},
  year={1990}
}
Regional models of the earth's magnetic field have developed considerably since the days of hand contouring. They have incorporated varying levels of mathematical sophistication, from partial “mutual consistency” on a surface to full electromagnetic consistency in three-dimensional space. Each method has its advantages and its limitations. Some of the methods allow for radial variation so that data acquired at different altitudes can be analyzed directly, and so that fields from the resulting… CONTINUE READING

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