The team combined a model of Earth's interior with a precise map of the planet's geomagnetic field to produce a map of the magnitude and direction of electron spins throughout Earth.
What does GMF stand for?
GMF stands for Geomagnetic Field
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Researchers, in addition to knowing for quite some time that fish use their sense of smell to navigate, have also suspected that a geomagnetic field played a role, Putman said.
Complementary to the satellite databases we study the fluctuations of the geomagnetic field observed on ground.
During regular repeated geomagnetic measurements, secular variations of geomagnetic field was determined (Figs.
described a new indivisible geoscience paradigm that begins with and is the consequence of our planet's early formation as a Jupiter-like gas giant and which permits deduction of: (1) Earth's internal composition and highly-reduced oxidation state; (2) Powerful new internal energy sources, protoplanetary energy of compression and georeactor nuclear fission energy; (3) Georeactor geomagnetic field generation; and, (4) Decompression-driven geodynamics that accounts for the myriad of observations attributed to plate tectonics without requiring mantle convection.
And when continents were more evenly arranged--such as between about 80 million and 120 million years ago, and again between 260 million and 310 million years ago--there were long stretches without geomagnetic field reversals.
Prediction of Storms Based on Planetary Positions and Geomagnetic Field Disturbances.
But the study's authors point out that it is difficult to relate the new findings directly to other animals' use of geomagnetic fields, because the cryptochrome system is more complex in other insects and larger animals.