Lithospheric Field

I am working with Nils OIsen (DTU), Tiku Ravat (Univ. Kentucky) and Andy Jackson (ETH Zurich) on high resolution images of the global lithospheric field, developing new satellite data processing methods and inversion methods.  The lithospheric field is generated by magnetization of the crust and upper mantle and can be used to study global-scale tectonic processes.


Z component of the magnetic field at the Earth's surface, from the LCS-1 model

Olsen, N., Ravat, D., Finlay, C.C., and Kother, L.K. (2017) LCS-1: a high-resolution global model of the lithospheric magnetic field derived from CHAMP and Swarm satellite observations, Geophys. J. Int., Vol 221, Pages 1461–1477, doi:10.1093/gji/ggx381.

Kother, L., Hammer, M.D., Finlay, C.C. and Olsen, N. (2015) An equivalent source method for modelling the global lithospheric magnetic field, Geophys. J., Int., Vol 203, 553-566,  doi: 10.1093/gji/ggv317.

Kotsiaros, S., Finlay, C.C., Olsen, N. (2015) Use of along-track magnetic field differences in lithospheric field modelling , Geophys. J. Int., Vol 200, 880-889, doi:10.1093/gji/ggu431.

Stockmann, R., Finlay, C.C. and Jackson, A. (2009) Imaging Earth's crustal magnetic field with satellite data: a regularized spherical triangle tessellation approach, Geophys. J. Int. , 179, 929-944.
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