Deep Earth Electrical Conductivity [electronic resource] / edited by Wallace H. Campbell
- Pure and Applied Geophysics (PAGEOPH)
- to Deep Earth Electrical Conductivity -- Electromagnetic induction in the earth due to stationary and moving sources -- The new approach to global deep sounding -- The effect of the oceans and sedimentary cover on global magnetovariational field distribution -- The magnetospheric disturbance ring current as a source for probing the deep earth electrical conductivity -- The conductosphere depth at equatorial latitudes as determined from geomagnetic daily variations -- A deep geophysical study in the Baikal region -- A new telluric KCl probe using Filloux’s AgAgCl electrode.
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