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https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-2018-46
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On the directions and structure of the short-term magnetic variations

Andrey Khokhlov1,2,4, Roman Krasnoperov2, Bogdan Nikolov2, Julia Nikolova2, Mikhail Dobrovolsky2, Dmitry Kudin2, Valery Petrov3, and Ivan Belov2 Andrey Khokhlov et al.
  • 1Bauman Moscow State Technical University, ul. Baumanskaya 2-ya 5, 105005 Moscow, Russia
  • 2Geophysical Center RAS, ul. Molodezhnaya 3, 119296 Moscow, Russia
  • 3Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation RAS (IZMIRAN), Kaluzhskoe Hwy 4, Troitsk, 108840 Moscow, Russia
  • 4Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics RAS, ul. Profsoyuznaya 84/32, 117997 Moscow, Russia

Abstract. We study the directional structure of the 1-minute magnetic variations and demonstrate their polarization-like asymmetry: statistically these directions are close to certain 2D plane in 3D space and the orientation of such a plane depends on the observatory location. We describe the method of the magnetic data processing and some partial results, however in this publication we are avoiding the reasonings concerning the physical origins of the detected effect and its consequences for the observatory data 5 analysis in general.

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Magnetic field of the Earth is continuously measured by a network of observatories. It implies application of mathematical and computational technologies for geomagnetic data processing. Actual conditions in which observations are performed should be also considered. Effective identification of noise and elimination of its influence on final data is an important part of the data processing. An original approach for magnetic data processing and some partial results are discussed in this paper.
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