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regional field

Rectangular polynomial analysis of the regional geomagnetic field

Regional modelling of the Southern African geomagnetic field using harmonic splines

Error distribution in regional inversion of potential field data

Error distribution in regional modelling of the geomagnetic field

The time-averaged geomagnetic field: global and regional biases for 0–5 Ma

Assessment of regional geomagnetic field modelling methods using a standard data set: spherical cap harmonic analysis

Regional long-term co-operation in the field of nuclear and radiation emergency preparedness

High-resolution regional gravity field modelling in a mountainous area from terrestrial gravity data

Importance of far-field topographic and isostatic corrections for regional density modelling

On the regularization of regional gravity field solutions in spherical radial base functions

Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy for Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Thoracic Esophagus: Feasibility and Outcome of Large Regional Field and High-dose External Beam Boost Irradiation

Influence of Potassium Fertility on Soybean Aphid, Aphis glycines Matsumura (Hemiptera: Aphididae), Population Dynamics at a Field and Regional Scale

Regional Variations in the Mineralogy of Metasomatic Assemblages in Mantle Xenoliths from the West Eifel Volcanic Field, Germany

Regional Variation in Risk and Time Preferences: Evidence from a Large-scale Field Experiment in Rural Uganda

SHEARER, Magnus (1890 - 1961), JP; Chev. (1st Cl.) Roy. Order of Vasa, Sweden, 1946; Hon. Sheriff-Substitute of Caithness, Orkney and Shetland; Chairman: Shetland Cttee Aberdeen Savings Bank, 1945; Br. Legion (Shetland Branch); Shetland (Lerwick) Local Employment Cttee, Min. of Labour and nat. Service; Zetland Health Exec. Council, Dept of Health for Scotland; TA Assoc. Co. Zetland; JP Zetland, 1949; President Unionist Assoc. (Chm. 1923–53). Member: N.E. Regional Cttee for Physical Training, 1939; Playing Fields Assoc., Edinburgh; Scottish Tourist Assoc. (an Hon. Vice-Pres.); Vice-Consul for Sweden, at Lerwick; various positions as Trustee

 

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The values in gravity and magnetic surveys that can be attributed to sources within the lower crust or basement. These are usually of much longer wavelengths than those associated with near-surface bodies. See residual gravity map.

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