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magnetic reversal


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magnetic reversal

magnetic reversal

magnetic reversal

magnetic polarity reversal

magnetic pole reversal

magnetic pole reversal

Magnetic field evolution and reversals in spiral galaxies

Magnetic cycles of the planet-hosting star τ Bootis – II. A second magnetic polarity reversal

First order reversal curve diagrams and thermal relaxation effects in magnetic particles

The Aharanov–Bohm effect, magnetic monopoles and reversal in spin-ice lattices

Apparent magnetic polarity reversals due to remagnetization resulting from late diagenetic growth of greigite from siderite

Reversal magnetic chirality of solar active regions and a possible dynamo model

Chemical and magnetic properties of rapidly cooled metastable ferri-ilmenite solid solutions: implications for magnetic self-reversal and exchange bias-II. Chemical changes during quench and annealing

Magnetic reversal frequency and apparent polar wander of the Siberian platform in the earliest Palaeozoic, inferred from the Khorbusuonka river section (northeastern Siberia)

Exploring the influence of the non-dipole field on magnetic records for field reversals and excursions

Low-temperature partial magnetic self-reversal in marine sediments by magnetostatic interaction of titanomagnetite and titanohematite intergrowths

Statistical analysis of the mass-to-flux ratio in turbulent cores: effects of magnetic field reversals and dynamo amplification

Chemical and magnetic properties of rapidly cooled metastable ferri-ilmenite solid solutions: implications for magnetic self-reversal and exchange bias—III. Magnetic interactions in samples produced by Fe–Ti ordering

Further rock magnetic and chronostratigraphic results on reversal excursions during the last 50 ka as derived from northern high latitudes and discrepancies in precise AMS 14C dating

 

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The process by which the Earth's magnetic north pole and its magnetic south pole reverse their positions over time. See also palaeomagnetism.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Environmental Science.


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