By: Alexander A Kaufman, Richard O Hansen and Robert L Kleinberg
320 pages, Illustrations
Magnetic methods are widely used in exploration, engineering, borehole and global geophysics, and the subjects of this book are the physical and mathematical principles of these methods regardless of the area of application. Beginning with Ampere's law the force of interaction between currents is analyzed, and then the concept of the magnetic field is introduced and the fundamental features are discussed. Special attention is paid to measurements of relaxation processes, including topics as the spin echoes or refocusing. Also the special role of the magnetic method in the development of the plate tectonic theory is described.
The book covers all the physical and mathematical principles of magnetic methods regardless of the area of application, and presents thorough developments of magnetic methods.
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