Spatiotemporal magnetic monitoring along with InSAR models is a powerful tool to image magmatic, hydrothermal, and mechanical changes within the volcanic edifice of the Piton de la Fournaise.
A rare case of absolute paleointensity data in sub-centennial resolution from an archeological site provide much higher values than predicted by existing magnetic field models.
Understanding greigite formation pathways in sediments is a prerequisite for assessing the marine iron-sulfur-carbon cycle and yield reliable near-syn-sedimentary paleomagnetic records.
Pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) are a major threat during an explosive volcanic eruption. A new study shows that loose tephra accumulations on volcanic slopes tend to re-mobilize rapidly.
Scientists present the most comprehensive available magnetic domain state and anisotropy study for synthetic and natural hematite from first-order reversal curve diagrams.