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  List of Accepted Contributions - MPRG11 Time Varying magnetic Field - from reversals to jerks

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Demina, I.; Koroleva, T.; Farafonova, Yu.
The effect of the dynamics of sources of the main geomagnetic field on the spatial-time structure of secular variations of the main geomagnetic field

Stefani, F.; Fischer, M.; Gerbeth, G.; Guenther, U.; Sorriso-Valvo, L.
Stochastic resonance in a noise triggered relaxation oscillation model of Earth's magnetic field reversals

Asari, S.; Lesur, V.; Mandea, M.
Specifying geomagnetic secular variation violating frozen-flux condition at core surface

Finlay, C.C.; Gillet, N.; Jackson, A.
Time-dependent, maximum entropy regularized core-field models from satellite data

Lodge, A; Holme, R
Developing a global geomagnetic field model for archaeomagnetic dating in Europe for the last 2000 years (updating GMADE2K.1 to GMADE2K.2).

Korhonen, K.; Pesonen, L. J.; Evans, D.; Smirnov, A. N.
A series of five criteria to test the validity of the Geocentric Axial Dipole (GAD) hypothesis in paleomagnetism

Schnepp, E.
Characterization of archaeomagnetic Jerks in Europe

Lanci, L.; Kissel, C.; Leonhardt, R.; Laj, C.
Morphology of the Iceland Basin Excursion from a spherical harmonic analysis of sedimentary records

Biggin, A; van Hinsbergen, D; Langereis, C; Straathof, G; Haldan, M
Geomagnetic secular variation in the Cretaceous Normal Superchron and in the Jurassic (withdrawn)

Valet, J.P.; Plenier, G.; Herrero-Bervera, E.
Geomagnetic Excursions are Aborted Reversals

Stark, F.; Leonhardt, R.; Faßbinder, J.; Reindel, M.
Archeointensities from Peruvian ceramics: Implication for the occurrence of archeomagnetic jerks and their relationship to climatic changes

Leonhardt, R.; Fabian, K.; Schnepp, E.
Global evolution of the Earth's magnetic field during the Holocene

Gómez-Paccard, M; Chauvin, A.; Lanos, P.; Osete, M. L.; McIntosh, G.; Catanzariti, G.; Ruíz-Martinez, V. C.
Secular variation and evolution of the geomagnetic dipole moment in western Europe for the last two millennia. Comparison with global geomagnetic field models.

Zeeden, C.; Hambach, U.; Reddersen, B.; Fülling, A.; Hark, M.; Nowaczyk, N.; Fuchs, M.; Zöller, L.
High resolution paleonintensity records from European last glacial loess sites

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