Sensitive magnetometry in challenging environments

@article{Fu2020SensitiveMI,
  title={Sensitive magnetometry in challenging environments},
  author={Kai-Mei C. Fu and Geoffrey Z. Iwata and Arne Wickenbrock and Dmitry Budker},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2020}
}
State-of-the-art magnetic field measurements performed in shielded environments with carefully controlled conditions rarely reflect the realities of those applications envisioned in the introductions of peer-reviewed publications. Nevertheless, significant advances in magnetometer sensitivity have been accompanied by serious attempts to bring these magnetometers into the challenging working environments in which they are often required. This review discusses the ways in which various… 
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