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MEASURING TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM

Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists 50th Anniversary Special Publication
This Special Publication is co-sponsored by Geoscience Australia and ASEG

MEASURING TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM – the evolution of the AIRBORNE MAGNETOMETER and the first anti-submarine and aeromagnetic survey operations – People, Planes, Places and Events 1100s –1949. by W. D. (Doug) Morrison

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Product Code: MTM
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This book, covering a global expanse of more than 800 years, recounts the largely untold story of ‘measuring terrestrial magnetism’ and of the extraordinary ‘people, planes, places and events’ that have contributed to the evolution of the magnetometer and the first anti-submarine and aeromagnetic geophysical survey operations.  It is a unique journey of science and engineering, of inventions, new methods and instruments – a compelling story of how the measurement of terrestrial magnetism has influenced the history of the world.

Measuring Terrestrial Magnetism is a major work of 630 pages, illustrated throughout with 156 plates of figures and photos, and including comprehensive Endnotes, Appendices, References and Index.