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Erdmagnetismus Allegemeines DK 550.38

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Geomagnetische Technik. Beobachtungs- und Meßverfahren. Ausrüstung DK 550.380

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Oberflächenerscheinungen des permanenten Feldes DK 550.382

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Ursprung und säkulare Änderungen des Feldes DK 550.384

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Vorübergehende magnetische Erscheinungen: Veränderungen, Schwankungen und Stürme DK 550.385

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