Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Levantine Spike… and some badly drawn pigs

So I’m a little late in posting this but it wasn’t too long ago that I attended the Institute of Rock Magnetism’s Summer School. Generally the School is only run every two years but, due to changes to the labs … Continue reading

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A mechanically driven dynamo?

  All the standard text books say that Earth’s magnetic field is driven by convection. But what if it isn’t? I recently attended the SEDI (Studies of Earth’s Deep Interior) meeting in Nantes, France and was impressed by the work … Continue reading

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