volume 79, issue 12, P153-153 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00118
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Abstract: With a profusion of excellent books on geomagnetism published or revised during the last few years (one, in fact, by the same publisher as Introduction to Geomagnetic Fields), we might ask why we need yet another on the same subject. I believe the answer is clear. This book fills a gap between the highly mathematical and technical coverage of G. Backus, R. Parker, and C. Constable's Foundations of Geomagnetism (1996) and the solid‐Earth focus provided by R. T. Merrill, M. W. McElhinny, and P. L. McFadden's Th…

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