Filipe TERRA-NOVA

PhD student

Research Interests:

  • Geomagnetic flux patches
  • The South Atlantic Anomaly
  • Mechanisms of axial dipole moment variations
  • Core-mantle thermal interations
  • Short time-scales variations

 

Publications:

[4] Poletti, W., Biggin, A., Trindade, R.I.F, Hartmann, G.A., Terra-Nova, F., 2018. Continuous millennial decrease of the Earth's magnetic axial dipole. Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 274, 72 - 86. [pdf/DOI]

[3] Terra-Nova, F., Amit, H., Hartmann, G. A., Trindade, R. I. F., Pinheiro, K.J., 2017. Relating the South Atlantic Anomaly and geomagnetic flux patches. Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 266, 39-53. [pdf/DOI]

[2] Terra-Nova, F., Amit, H., Hartmann, G. A., Trindade, R. I. F., 2016. Using archaeomagnetic field models to constrain the physics of the core: robustness and preferred locations of reversed flux patches. Geophys. J. Int., 206, 1890–1913. [pdf/DOI]

[1] Terra-Nova, F., Amit, H., Hartmann, G. A., Trindade, R. I. F., 2015. The time dependence of reversed archeomagnetic flux patches. J. Geophys. Res., 120 (2), 691-704. [pdf/DOI]