Landolt-Börnstein - Group V Geophysics
Volume 2B 1985

Geophysics of the Solid Earth, the Moon and the Planets · Subvolume B

Editors: K. Fuchs, H. Soffel
ISBN: 978-3-540-12853-3 (Print) 978-3-540-31367-0 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b20011

Table of contents (117 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    2.2.1.2.1 Definitions

    D. S. Chapman

  2. Online Document 2

    2.2.1.2.3 Continental heat flow literature

    D. S. Chapman

  3. Online Document 3

    2.2.1.2.4 Continental heat flow results

    D. S. Chapman

  4. Online Document 4

    2.2.1.2.5 Global heat flow

    D. S. Chapman

  5. Online Document 5

    2.2.1.2.6-7 References for 2.2.1.2

    D. S. Chapman

  6. Online Document 6

    2.2.3 Temperature profiles in the earth’s interior

    E. A. Lubimova

  7. Online Document 7

    2.2.4 Heat transport in the earth’s interior

    F. D. Stacey

  8. Online Document 8

    2.3.1.1 Introduction

    U. Schmucker

  9. Online Document 9

    2.3.1.2 Derivation of apparent resistivity estimates from experimental electric and electro-magnetic data

    U. Schmucker

  10. Online Document 10

    2.3.1.3 Inversion of electromagnetic response estimates

    U. Schmucker

  11. Online Document 11

    2.3.1.4 Principle constraints of interpretation

    U. Schmucker

  12. Online Document 12

    2.3.1.5 General notes on response data and models in figures and tables of subsection 2.3.1

    U. Schmucker

  13. Online Document 13

    2.3.1.6 The electrical resistivity in the continental crust

    U. Schmucker

  14. Online Document 14

    2.3.1.7 The electrical resistivity of the mantle from observations on continents

    U. Schmucker

  15. Online Document 15

    2.3.1.8 The resistivity of crust and mantle beneath oceans

    U. Schmucker

  16. Online Document 16

    2.3.1.9 References for 2.3.1

    U. Schmucker

  17. Online Document 17

    2.3.2.0 List of symbols

    V. Haak

  18. Online Document 18

    2.3.2.2 Representation of experimental data

    V. Haak

  19. Online Document 19

    2.3.2.5 Presentation of results

    V. Haak

  20. Online Document 20

    2.3.2.6 List of compiled conductivity anomalies

    V. Haak

  21. Online Document 21

    Europe, North America, Asia, South and Central America, Australia

    V. Haak

  22. Online Document 22

    Subvolume B · Figures: Europe

    V. Haak

  23. Online Document 23

    Figures: North America, Asia

    V. Haak

  24. Online Document 24

    Figures: South America, Africa, Australia

    V. Haak

  25. Online Document 25

    2.3.2.8 References for 2.3.2

    V. Haak

  26. Online Document 26

    4.1.1.0 Components of the field, units

    U. Schmucker

  27. Online Document 27

    4.1.1.1 Planetary field, interplanetary field and geomagnetic variations

    U. Schmucker

  28. Online Document 28

    4.1.1.2 Classification of geomagnetic variations

    U. Schmucker

  29. Online Document 29

    4.1.1.4 Equivalent currents

    U. Schmucker

  30. Online Document 30

    4.1.1.5 Magnetic fields of external origin within the earth

    U. Schmucker

  31. Online Document 31

    4.1.1.6.1 Solar daily variations (S)

    U. Schmucker

  32. Online Document 32

    4.1.1.6.2 Lunar daily variations (L)

    U. Schmucker

  33. Online Document 33

    4.1.1.6.3 Polar magnetic storms and substorms

    U. Schmucker

  34. Online Document 34

    4.1.1.6.4 Smoothed storm-time variations Dst and DS

    U. Schmucker

  35. Online Document 35

    4.1.1.6.5-6 Solar cycle variations, Pulsations and electromagnetic wave emissions

    U. Schmucker

  36. Online Document 36

    4.1.1.7 Geomagnetic indices

    U. Schmucker

  37. Online Document 37

    4.1.2 Internal part of the earth’s magnetic field

    U. Schmucker

  38. Online Document 38

    4.1.3 Spherical harmonics in geomagnetism

    U. Schmucker

  39. Online Document 39

    4.1.4 References for 4.1

    U. Schmucker

  40. Online Document 40

    4.2.1.2 Layout and execution of geomagnetic surveys

    W. Bosum, R. Pucher, H. Roeser

  41. Online Document 41

    4.2.1.3 Data handling

    W. Bosum, R. Pucher, H. Roeser

  42. Online Document 42

    4.2.1.4 Interpretation methods

    W. Bosum, R. Pucher, H. Roeser

  43. Online Document 43

    4.2.1.5 Magnetic anomalies of the continental crust

    W. Bosum, R. Pucher, H. Roeser

  44. Online Document 44

    4.2.1.6 Marine magnetic anomalies

    W. Bosum, R. Pucher, H. Roeser

  45. Online Document 45

    4.2.1.8 Bibliography for 4.2.1

    W. Bosum, R. Pucher, H. Roeser

  46. Online Document 46

    4.2.2.0 List of symbols and abbreviations

    U. Schmucker

  47. Online Document 47

    4.2.2.1 Basic observations and theoretical concepts

    U. Schmucker

  48. Online Document 48

    4.2.2.2.1 General description and classification

    U. Schmucker

  49. Online Document 49

    4.2.2.2.2 Q-response functions

    U. Schmucker

  50. Online Document 50

    4.2.2.2.3 C-response

    U. Schmucker

  51. Online Document 51

    4.2.2.2.4 The magnetotelluric scalar Z-response

    U. Schmucker

  52. Online Document 52

    4.2.2.3 Natural earth potentials and earth currents

    U. Schmucker

  53. Online Document 53

    4.2.2.4 Derivation of external source fields from surface observations

    U. Schmucker

  54. Online Document 54

    4.2.2.5 References for 4.2.2

    U. Schmucker

  55. Online Document 55

    4.2.3.0 List of symbols, quantities, units and abbreviations

    D. Voppel

  56. Online Document 56

    4.2.3.1 Introduction

    D. Voppel

  57. Online Document 57

    World Geomagnetic Observatories

    D. Voppel

  58. Online Document 58

    Annual mean values of magnetic components

    D. Voppel

  59. Online Document 59

    4.2.3.2.3 Airborne and seaborne surveys

    D. Voppel

  60. Online Document 60

    4.2.3.3.1 Analyses of local and regional surveys

    D. Voppel

  61. Online Document 61

    Gauss mean field coefficients, declination, horizontal and vertical intensities

    D. Voppel

  62. Online Document 62

    Total intensity, inclination, secular variations

    D. Voppel

  63. Online Document 63

    4.2.3.4 Knowledge gained from spherical harmonic models

    D. Voppel

  64. Online Document 64

    4.2.3.5 References for 4.2.3

    D. Voppel

  65. Online Document 65

    4.2.4 Material properties entering the theory of the main geomagnetic field

    F. H. Busse

  66. Online Document 66

    4.3.0 List of symbols and abbreviations

    H. Soffel

  67. Online Document 67

    4.3.1 Introduction, definitions, hypotheses

    H. Soffel

  68. Online Document 68

    4.3.2.2 Apparent polar wander paths (APWP) of continents and subcontinents

    H. Soffel

  69. Online Document 69

    4.3.2.3 Palaeomagnetic pole positions of smaller crustal blocks

    H. Soffel

  70. Online Document 70

    4.3.2.4 Apparent polar wander paths (APWP) of the Precambrian

    H. Soffel

  71. Online Document 71

    4.3.2.5 Geodynamical aspects of the apparent polar wander paths (APWP)

    H. Soffel

  72. Online Document 72

    4.3.3 Geomagnetic polarity time scale, magnetostratigraphy, palaeo-secular variation

    H. Soffel

  73. Online Document 73

    4.3.4 Determination of the intensity of the ancient geomagnetic field

    H. Soffel

  74. Online Document 74

    4.3.5 Geomagnetic field during a polarity transition

    H. Soffel

  75. Online Document 75

    4.3.6 Archaeomagnetism

    H. Soffel

  76. Online Document 76

    4.3.7 Palaeomagnetism of samples of extraterrestrial origin

    H. Soffel

  77. Online Document 77

    4.3.8 References for 4.3

    H. Soffel

  78. Online Document 78

    5.1.1.1 The hypsographic curve

    H. Hagedorn

  79. Online Document 79

    5.1.1.2 Area of continents and oceans

    H. Hagedorn

  80. Online Document 80

    5.1.1.3 Structural forms due to endogenic processes

    H. Hagedorn

  81. Online Document 81

    5.1.1.4 Exogenic continental relief

    H. Hagedorn

  82. Online Document 82

    5.1.1.5 Weathering

    H. Hagedorn

  83. Online Document 83

    5.1.1.6 Exogenic relief-forming processes

    H. Hagedorn

  84. Online Document 84

    5.1.1.7 Ice and glaciated areas

    H. Hagedorn

  85. Online Document 85

    5.1.1.8 References for 5.1.1

    H. Hagedorn

  86. Online Document 86

    5.1.2.1 Geomorphology of the sea floor

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  87. Online Document 87

    5.1.2.2 Documentation and presentation of the relief of the sea on maps

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  88. Online Document 88

    5.1.2.3 Hypsography of the relief of the sea floor

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  89. Online Document 89

    5.1.2.4 Hypsometric statistics of the sea floor

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  90. Online Document 90

    5.1.2.6 Subdivision of the seafloor into physiographic provinces

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  91. Online Document 91

    5.1.2.7 Classification of the ocean floor features

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  92. Online Document 92

    5.1.2.8 Morphologic units of the oceans: description of forms

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  93. Online Document 93

    5.1.2.9 Tectonic-morphogenetic units of the mid-atlantic ridge and adjacent areas

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  94. Online Document 94

    5.1.2.10 Classification of global physiographic units of the Atlantic Ocean, topographic-bathymetric dimension (metric)

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  95. Online Document 95

    5.1.2.11 The mid-ocean ridges: geomorphologic element of global scale and distribution

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  96. Online Document 96

    5.1.2.12 Classification of continental margins

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  97. Online Document 97

    5.1.2.14 Fracture zones (features of mesoscale to macroscale)

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  98. Online Document 98

    5.1.2.16 Abyssal hills and seamounts. Example: features of the Pacifc Ocean sea floor

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  99. Online Document 99

    5.1.2.17 Micro-relief of the sea floor: the roughness of the ocean bottom

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  100. Online Document 100

    5.1.2.18 Sedimentation of the ocean bottom

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  101. Online Document 101

    5.1.2.19 The mid-ocean ridges and the sea floor spreading

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  102. Online Document 102

    5.1.2.20 Plate tectonics and the relief of the sea floor

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  103. Online Document 103

    5.1.2.21 References for 5.1.2

    H. G. Gierloff-Emden

  104. Online Document 104

    5.3.0 List of symbols and abbreviations

    W. R. Jacoby

  105. Online Document 105

    5.3.2 Historical review

    W. R. Jacoby

  106. Online Document 106

    5.3.3 Plate kinematics

    W. R. Jacoby

  107. Online Document 107

    5.3.4 Measurements of plate motions

    W. R. Jacoby

  108. Online Document 108

    5.3.5.1 Current plate configuration

    W. R. Jacoby

  109. Online Document 109

    Tables 5 - 8, Figs. 8 - 10

    W. R. Jacoby

  110. Online Document 110

    Subvolume B · Fig. 11, Table 9

    W. R. Jacoby

  111. Online Document 111

    5.3.5.3 Past finite plate motions

    W. R. Jacoby

  112. Online Document 112

    5.3.6 Plate tectonics

    W. R. Jacoby

  113. Online Document 113

    5.3.7 Plate dynamics: driving mechanisms

    W. R. Jacoby

  114. Online Document 114

    5.3.8 References for 5.3

    W. R. Jacoby

  115. Online Document 115

    aberration constant - geocenter

    W. R. Jacoby

  116. Online Document 116

    geocentric axial dipole - planet

    W. R. Jacoby

  117. Online Document 117

    planet formation - Z-reponse

    W. R. Jacoby