Single- and inter-station transfer functions for non-synchronous geomagnetic arrays-II. the results of the field data analysis
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The theory of methods of computing single- and inter-station transfer functions in both the spectral and time domains was developed in paper. Both approaches are applied to the variation data recorded at field stations along two non-simultaneous profiles traversing the eastern margin of the Bohemian Massif, where a zone of anomalous induction seems to mark an important geological boundary of formations with different histories of development. The results of both analyses are found to coincide within reasonable bounds of 20–30% in the principal induction characteristics.
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