The Magnetic Field of the Earth, 63
Paleomagnetism, the Core, and the Deep MantleBy
- Ronald Merrill, University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.
- Michael McElhinny, Godwana Consultants, New South Wales, Australia
- Phillip McFadden, Australian Geological Survey Organization, Canberra, Australia
Students of introductory geophysics and geomagnetism courses. Geoscience researchers at universities and colleges worldwide.
Published: July 1998
Imprint: Academic Press
"It represents an excellent effort...and is probably the most up-to-date work available on Earth's magnetic field....The specific terms used are well explained and the mathematics are not overwhelming. For students beginning studies in the field of geophysics and the earth's interior, it is essential."
--M.S. Field, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in CHOICE
"This work is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the geomagnetic field. In addition, it has many useful descriptions of related topics that are recommended reading for anyone wishing to understand better the structures and processes within our planet."
--Prof. David Kloper, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute, Florida State University, in AMERICAN SCIENTIST