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Record #162946:

Recent acceleration of the North Magnetic Pole linked to magnetic jerks / L.R. Newitt, M. Mandea, L.A. McKee, J.-J. Orgeval.

Title: Recent acceleration of the North Magnetic Pole linked to magnetic jerks / L.R. Newitt, M. Mandea, L.A. McKee, J.-J. Orgeval.
Author(s): Newitt, L. R.
Mandea, M.
McKee, L. A.
Orgeval, J. -J.
Date: 2002.
In: Eos : transactions, American Geophysical Union. (2002.), Vol. 83(35) (2002)
Abstract: Reports latest position calculated by official survey in 2001 as 81\dgeg 20'N, 110° 48'W. This marks an unprecedented increase in its rate of motion, which authors suggest is linked to occasional magnetic jerks known to have occurred six times in twentieth century - 1901, 1913, 1925, 1969, 1978, and 1992.
Notes:

Eos : transactions, American Geophysical Union. Vol. 83(35) :381, 388-389 (2002).

Keywords: 550.3 -- Geophysics.
550.383 -- Geomagnetism, basic analysis.
A -- Geophysical sciences (general).
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
SPRI record no.: 162946

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