Three years continuous record of the Earth’s magnetic field at Concordia Station (DomeC, Antarctica)

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Aude Chambodut
Domenico Di Mauro
Jean-Jacques Schott
Pascal Bordais
Lucia Agnoletto
Pietro di Felice

Abstract

The magnetic observatory deployed at DomeC, Antarctica, in the French-Italian base known as Concordia has
now been permanently running for more than three years. This paper focuses on these long-term results which
are more relevant for an observatory intended to provide absolute values of the field. The problems which
emerged in this fairly long record are discussed and solutions suggested to upgrade the observatory to the standards
of an absolute one (i.e. Intermagnet standards).
Mailing address: Dr. Aude Chambodut, Ecole et Observatoire
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Chambodut A, Di Mauro D, Schott J-J, Bordais P, Agnoletto L, di Felice P. Three years continuous record of the Earth’s magnetic field at Concordia Station (DomeC, Antarctica). Ann. Geophys. [Internet]. 2009Jan.25 [cited 2022Jun.29];52(1):15-26. Available from: https://www.annalsofgeophysics.eu/index.php/annals/article/view/4569
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