Exploring effects in tippers at island geomagnetic observatories due to realistic depth- and time-varying oceanic electrical conductivity
Earth, Planets and Space, January 2021
Rafael Rigaud, Mikhail Kruglyakov, Alexey Kuvshinov, Katia J. Pinheiro, Johannes Petereit, Juergen Matzka, Elena Marshalko
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||6||35%|
|Physics and Astronomy||1||6%|
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