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Our Magnetic Earth: The Science of Geomagnetism (edition 2012)

by Ronald T. Merrill (Author)

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For the general public, magnetism often seems more the province of new age quacks, movie mad scientists, and grade-school teachers than an area of actual, ongoing scientific inquiry. But as Ronald T. Merrill reveals in Our Magnetic Earth, geomagnetism really is an enduring, vibrant area of science, one that offers answers to some of the biggest questions about our planet's past--and maybe even its future.… (more)
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Title:Our Magnetic Earth: The Science of Geomagnetism
Authors:Ronald T. Merrill (Author)
Info:University of Chicago Press (2010), Edition: Reprint, 272 pages
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For the general public, magnetism often seems more the province of new age quacks, movie mad scientists, and grade-school teachers than an area of actual, ongoing scientific inquiry. But as Ronald T. Merrill reveals in Our Magnetic Earth, geomagnetism really is an enduring, vibrant area of science, one that offers answers to some of the biggest questions about our planet's past--and maybe even its future.

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