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Evolution of calculations of the virtual dipole moment of the Earth for reconstructing the oceanic inversion magnetic layer’s parameters
Schreider, A.A.; Ignatova, A.A.; Schreider, AI.A.; Sajneva, A.E.; Varga, P.; Denis, C. (2016). Evolution of calculations of the virtual dipole moment of the Earth for reconstructing the oceanic inversion magnetic layer’s parameters. Oceanology 56(3): 428-434. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1134/S000143701603019X
In: Oceanology. Maik Nauka/Springer: Moscow. ISSN 0001-4370; e-ISSN 1531-8508, more
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  • Schreider, A.A.
  • Ignatova, A.A.
  • Schreider, AI.A.
  • Sajneva, A.E.
  • Varga, P.
  • Denis, C., more

Abstract
    The VDM (virtual dipole moment) is one of the most significant characteristics describing the behavior of the time evolution of the terrestrial magnetic field. However, we have revealed that the formulas with which VDM calculations are performed often do not coincide with each other in various literature sources. Hence, results are obtained from these calculations that cannot be identical. Their correctness is verified by comparing the dimension and obtained results with the known value of the VDM for our time.

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