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  Information - MPRG7 Investigating the Earth's magnetic field from space and ground: results current and future (SWARM) (co-listed in ST)

Event Information
The international decade of geopotential research has
provided a bonanza for geomagnetic observations from
low Earth-orbiting satellites, and the insights from them
into the geomagnetic field. The session seeks papers which
examine data from all sources (especially ground
measurements) in the contect of this new understanding, and
particularly the implications for the proposed
multi-satellite mission (SWARM)

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Alan Thomson, British Geological Survey:
Internal field modelling by data selection - a complementary approach to comprehensive modelling
Olaf Amm, Finish Meteorological Institute:
Ionospheric modelling using multi-satellite data: Present state and future possibilities


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