Earth’s Magnetic Field

 Earth’s Magnetic Field
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Earth’s Magnetic Field

Earth's Magnetic Field
April 9, 2013 at The Swiss Pub, Tacoma

Peter Selkin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Environmental Geophysics, UW - Tacoma

Earth's magnetic field, produced by our planet’s molten outer core, has reversed itself many times throughout Earth’s 4.5 billion-year history. Will the North Magnetic Pole head south again anytime soon? Join UW – Tacoma’s Peter Selkin, Ph.D., to explore what we know about Earth’s magnetic field, its history of reversals, and how we use the geological record to look into the deep Earth.

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