ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GEOMAGNETISM AND PALEOMAGNETISM PDF
Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism. Reviewer(s). Helen Ashton (Learning Resources Manager, Bishop Auckland College, Bishop Auckland. Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism. Front Cover. David Gubbins, Emilio Herrero-Bervera. Springer Science & Business. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GEOMAGNETISM AND PALEOMAGNETISM An Encyclopedia in the Earth Science Series of Springer Edited by David.
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Description This reference encompasses the fields of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism in a single volume.
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Both sciences have applications in navigation, in the search for minerals and hydrocarbons, in dating rock sequences, and in unraveling past geologic movements such as plate motions they have contributed to a better understanding of the Earth. The book describes in fine detail the current state of knowledge and provides an up-to-date synthesis of the most basic concepts. It is an indispensable working tool not only for geophysicists and geophysics students but also for geologists, physicists, atmospheric and environmental scientists, and engineers.
The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Looking for beautiful books? Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Back cover copy Understanding the process underlying the origin of Earth magnetic field is one of the greatest challenges left to classical Physics. Geomagnetism, being the oldest Earth science, studies the Earth’s magnetic field in its broadest sense.
The magnetic record left in rocks is studied in Paleomagnetism.
Both fields have applications, pure and applied: Consisting of more than articles written by ca leading experts, this authoritative reference encompasses the entire fields of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism in a single volume.
It describes in fine detail at an assessable level the state of the current knowledge and provides an up-to-date synthesis of the most basic concepts. As such, it will be an indispensable working tool not only geomagnetissm geophysicists and geophysics students but also for geologists, physicists, atmospheric and environmental scientists, and engineers. His work has included dynamo theory and its connection with the Earth’s thermal history, modeling the Earth’s magnetic field from historical measurements, and recently the interpretation of paleomagnetic data.
Medal of the American Geophysical Union for original research and leadership in geomagnetism. He has worked in such diverse fields as volcanology, sedimentology, and plate tectonics and has done fieldwork on 5 continents.
Ring current Robust electromagnetic transfer functions estimates Rock magnetism Rock magnetism, hysteresis measurements Rock magnetometer, superconducting Runcorn, S.
Keith Runcorn’s theorem Sabine, Edward Seamount magnetism Secular variation model SEDI Seismic phases Seismo-electromagnetic effects Shaw and microwave methods, absolute paleointensity determination Shock wave experiments Spinner magnetometer Statistical methods for paleovector analysis Storms and substorms, magnetic Stress demagnetization Superchrons, changes in reversal frequency Susceptibility Susceptibility, measurements of solids Susceptibility, parameters, anisotropy Taylor’s condition Thellier, Emile Thermal wind Time-averaged paleomagnetic field Time-dependent models of the geomagnetic field Transfer functions Transient EM induction True polar wander ULVZ, ultra-low velocity zone Units Upward and downward continuation Variable field translation balance Verhoogen, John Vine-Matthews-Morley hypothesis Volcano-electromagnetic effects Voyages making geomagnetic measurements Watkins, Norman David Westward drift show more.
Review quote From the reviews: The editor’s goal is to cover the subject in fine detail at a level understandable to anyone with a general scientific education. The work includes alphabetically arranged entries written by specialists in the field.
Each entry has a short bibliography and cross-references. Written at a level accessible to anyone with a scientific education, this authoritative and speedy reference is It is therefore a valuable working tool not only for geophysicists and geophysics students but also for physicists, geologists, geographers, atmospheric and pzleomagnetism scientists and engineers.
Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism
Numerous diagrams, pictures, tables, formulas, and mathematical equations provide clarity to the discussions. A detailed page subject index and a series of color plates, mostly magnetic field maps, appear at the end of the volume.
This work is recommended for college, university, and larger public libraries. I do believe that it is an indispensible library tool for graduates, academics and professionals alike involved in the application or study of geomagnetism and palaeomagnetism.
For those already involved in a particular aspect of this broad discipline it provides a useful pathway to allied subjects.
A very useful list of cross-references is provided at the end of each encyclopediw, which makes it much easier to geomxgnetism together areas that are less familiar. In the main this book is for those specialising in geophysics His work has included dynamo theory and its connection with the Earth’s thermal history, modelling the Earth’s magnetic encycloepdia from historical measurements, and recently the interpretation of paleomagnetic data. He has worked in such diverse fields as volcanology, sedimentology, plate tectonics and has done field work on 5 continents show more.