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  Information - MPRG01 Time variations in the geomagnetic field (co-listed in GD)

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This is a broad session covering observation, modeling, and interpretation of variations in the geomagnetic field on all time scales. We encourage contributions that range from recent studies using satellite and other direct observations to the earliest paleomagnetic records of Earth's field, and seek a stimulating discussion of the underlying physical processes ranging from geomagnetic jerks to reversals. Contributions that deal with comparisons of numerical geodynamo modeling with geomagnetic or paleomagnetic observables are welcomed as are new methods for modeling and interpreting changes in the magnetic field.

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co-listed with GD

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