Study of impact demagnetization at Mars using Monte Carlo modeling and multiple altitude data

@inproceedings{Lillis2010StudyOI,
  title={Study of impact demagnetization at Mars using Monte Carlo modeling and multiple altitude data},
  author={Robert J. Lillis and Michael E. Purucker and Jasper S. Halekas and Karin L. Louzada and Sarah T. Stewart and Mukhopadhyay and Michael Manga and Herbert V. Frey},
  year={2010}
}
[1] The magnetic field signatures of large demagnetized impact basins on Mars offer a unique opportunity to study the magnetic properties of the crust and the processes of basin formation and impact shock demagnetization. We present a framework for determining the effects on such signatures due to the dominant direction, strength, thickness, and vertical and horizontal coherence wavelengths of the surrounding crustal magnetization, as well as the demagnetization radius and the width of the… CONTINUE READING

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