His primary areas of study are Geophysics, Geodesy, Earth's magnetic field, Magnetic anomaly and Satellite. His studies in Geophysics integrate themes in fields like L-shell, Equatorial electrojet and Anomaly. His Geodesy research includes themes of International Geomagnetic Reference Field, Aeronomy, Daytime and Spherical harmonics.
His Earth's magnetic field study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Flow, Swarm behaviour, Champ magnetique and Tidal current. His Magnetic anomaly study incorporates themes from Magnetization and Crust. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meteorology, Remote sensing, Equinox and Polar.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geophysics, Geodesy, Earth's magnetic field, Satellite and Ionosphere. A large part of his Geophysics studies is devoted to Magnetic anomaly. As a member of one scientific family, Stefan Maus mostly works in the field of Geodesy, focusing on International Geomagnetic Reference Field and, on occasion, Aeronomy and Epoch.
The Earth's magnetic field study combines topics in areas such as Flow and Computational physics. His study looks at the relationship between Satellite and fields such as Remote sensing, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Ionosphere research integrates issues from Latitude, Equatorial electrojet, Daytime, Anomaly and Interplanetary spaceflight.
Earth's magnetic field, Geophysics, Geodesy, Magnetometer and Satellite are his primary areas of study. The World Magnetic Model research Stefan Maus does as part of his general Earth's magnetic field study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Hybrid propulsion, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In general Geophysics, his work in Ionosphere and Secular variation is often linked to Big data linking many areas of study.
His work deals with themes such as International Geomagnetic Reference Field, Aeronomy, Stratification, Epoch and Magnetic declination, which intersect with Secular variation. His work in the fields of Geodesy, such as Geodetic datum, intersects with other areas such as Standing wave. His research investigates the connection between Magnetometer and topics such as Remote sensing that intersect with issues in Sampling.
His primary scientific interests are in Geophysics, Earth's magnetic field, Geodesy, Secular variation and Spherical harmonics. His research integrates issues of Radar, Geomagnetic secular variation, Equatorial electrojet and Digital elevation model in his study of Geophysics. He interconnects Hydrography, Stratification and Heading in the investigation of issues within Earth's magnetic field.
His work carried out in the field of Geodesy brings together such families of science as Magnetic dip, Electrojet, Magnetometer, Satellite and Ionosphere. The concepts of his Secular variation study are interwoven with issues in International Geomagnetic Reference Field, Density contrast, Equatorial waves, Rossby wave and Defense Meteorological Satellite Program. The study incorporates disciplines such as Aeronomy, Geomagnetic jerk, Epoch, Time derivative and Magnetic declination in addition to Spherical harmonics.
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Global continental and ocean basin reconstructions since 200 Ma
M. Seton;R.D. Müller;S. Zahirovic;C. Gaina.
Earth-Science Reviews (2012)
International Geomagnetic Reference Field: the 12th generation
Erwan Thébault;Christopher C. Finlay;Ciarán D. Beggan;Patrick Alken;Patrick Alken.
Earth, Planets and Space (2015)
International Geomagnetic Reference Field: the eleventh generation
C. C. Finlay;S. Maus;C. D. Beggan;T. N. Bondar.
Geophysical Journal International (2010)
EMAG2: A 2-arc min resolution Earth Magnetic Anomaly Grid compiled from satellite, airborne, and marine magnetic measurements
S. Maus;S. Maus;U. Barckhausen;H. Berkenbosch;N. Bournas.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2009)
Longitudinal variation of the E-region electric fields caused by atmospheric tides
S. L. England;S. Maus;T. J. Immel;S. B. Mende.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
The Swarm Satellite Constellation Application and Research Facility (SCARF) and Swarm data products
Nils Olsen;Eigil Friis-Christensen;Rune Floberghagen;Patrick Alken;Patrick Alken.
Earth, Planets and Space (2013)
The US/UK World Magnetic Model for 2015-2020
Arnaud Chulliat;Susan Macmillan;Patrick Alken;Ciaran Beggan.
The 10th generation international geomagnetic reference field
S. Maus;S. Macmillan;T. Chernova;S. Choi.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2005)
The influence of nonmigrating tides on the longitudinal variation of the equatorial electrojet
H. Lühr;M. Rother;K. Häusler;P. Alken.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Resolution of direction of oceanic magnetic lineations by the sixth-generation lithospheric magnetic field model from CHAMP satellite magnetic measurements
S. Maus;S. Maus;F. Yin;H. Lühr;C. Manoj;C. Manoj.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2008)
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