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  Information - MPRG9 Modelling the geomagnetic field from core to space

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Since the launch of the magnetic survey satellite Oersted in 1999, the combination of high quality data sets from several near-Earth' satellites and ground based measurements has opened numerous new opportunities to study not only core processes, mantle conductivity, lithospheric composition and ocean flow, but also the dynamics of ionospheric and magnetospheric currents.
Contributions on all these topics are solicited for this session. We particularly welcome contributions that describe physical processes (e.g. core and oceanic flows, current systems in the ionosphere and magnetosphere) and their contributions to the measured fields at satellite altitude and at ground level.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
I. Wardinski
J. Velimsky
M. Purucker
S. Vennerstrom


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