Signature of the quiet-time magnetospheric magnetic field and its electromagnetic induction in the rotating Earth

@inproceedings{Maus2005SignatureOT,
  title={Signature of the quiet-time magnetospheric magnetic field and its electromagnetic induction in the rotating Earth},
  author={Stefan Maus and Hermann L{\"u}hr},
  year={2005}
}
S U M M A R Y Accurate models of the magnetospheric field during magnetically quiet times are essential for high-resolution mapping of core field dynamics, mantle and ocean induction, crustal fields and ionospheric currents. Satellite data sampled at low-Earth orbit allow for a separate determination of the external contributions from currents in the magnetosphere. We have used Ørsted and CHAMP data from the years 1999–2004 to investigate this field component. In contrast to earlier studies… CONTINUE READING
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