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  Information - MPRG4 Models and applications in rock Magnetism

Event Information
The aim of this session is the discussion of recently developed models and their application to the broad subject of rock magnetism. Generally, rock magnetic models are developed with one of two aims in mind, either to provide information which cannot currently be obtained experimental or alternatively to obtain deeper insights into experimental results by placing them into a theoretical framework. Such rock magnetic models can take a wide variety of forms, for example analytical, numerical, statistical and phenomenological. Contributions that employ any of these approaches are encouraged. In particular, we would like to place focus upon the application of applied modeling approaches to the interpretation of experimental results.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
David Krasa


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