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  Poster Programme - MPRG16 The magnetic field of the lithosphere: implications for tectonics and geology

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Convener: Hemant, K.
Co-Convener: McEnroe, S., Rajaram, M.

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 7 April 2006 08:30 - 10:00
Display Time: Friday, 7 April 2006 08:00 -
Friday, 7 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Hall A

Chairperson: HEMANT, K.

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EGU06-A-01129;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0275
Choi, S.; Oh, C.W.; Luehr, H.
Tectonic link between NE China and Korean Peninsula, revealed by interpreting CHAMP satellite magnetic and GRACE satellite gravity data

EGU06-A-01207;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0276
Boukerbout, H.; Gibert, D.; Abtout, A.
Identification of potential fields sources with the continuous wavelet transform in the case 3-D: methodology and application on the aeromagnetic data of the Tin Bider and Amguid craters region in the Sahara (Algeria).

EGU06-A-01989;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0277
Choi, S.
The Earthquake at 26. 11. 2005 in jiangxi, E-China: is it a signal for the next 5 years seismic activities in the Yellow Sea and the Korean peninsula ?

EGU06-A-02101;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0278
Shirzaii, M.
Application of the airborne magnetic field observations for 3D position of the surface and buried faults and tomographic mapping based on wavelet transforms

EGU06-A-02870;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0279
Pilkington, M.; Snyder, D.; Hemant, K.
Weakly magnetic crust in the Canadian Cordillera

EGU06-A-03582;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0280
Hemant, K.; Rajaram, M.; Anand, S. P.
Lithospheric structure of the Indian subcontinent revealed by CHAMP data – implications for geological studies

EGU06-A-03609;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0281
Hemant, K.; Thebault, E.; Mandea, M. ; Ravat, D. N.; Maus, S.
World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map – progress report

EGU06-A-05750;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0282
Quesnel, Y.; Langlais, B.; Sotin, C.
Derivation of terrestrial and martian crustal magnetizations using magnetic data

EGU06-A-06075;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0283
Gurevich, N.I. ; Merkouriev, S.A.
Evolution of the Makarov basin on the basis of geohistorical analysis of magnetic anomalies and its relationship with the evolution of the Alpha Ridge

EGU06-A-06394;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0284
Golynsky, A.V.; Golynsky, D.A.; Kiselev, A.V.; Leonov, V.O.; Masolov, V.N. ; Volnukhin, V.S.
Aeromagnetic data reveal crustal structure and tectonic history of the northern Prince Charles Mountains region, East Antarctica

EGU06-A-06490;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0285
Thébault, E.; Hemant, K.; Korte, M. ; Mandea, M.
High Accuracy modelling of the magnetic field in Europe

EGU06-A-06733;  MPRG16-1FR1P-0286
McEnroe, S. A.; Skilbrei, J. R.
Magnetism in Proterozoic Crust: Rock Properties and Magnetic Response of Amphibolites and Pyroxene Granulites in Southwest Sweden

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