Jeremy Bloxham

Earth & Planetary Sciences Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Jeremy Bloxham"

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David Gubbins grad student 1986 Cambridge
 (Geomagnetic Secular Variation.)


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Kaushik Katari grad student 2000 Harvard
Mathieu Dumberry grad student 2004 Harvard
Sabine Stanley grad student 2004 Harvard
Veronika Soukhovitskaya grad student 2010 Harvard
Michael G. Sterenborg grad student 2011 Harvard
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Stanley S, Bloxham J. (2016) On the secular variation of Saturn's magnetic field Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. 250: 31-34
Sterenborg MG, Bloxham J. (2010) Can Cassini magnetic field measurements be used to find the rotation period of Saturn's interior? Geophysical Research Letters. 37
Kuang W, Tangborn A, Jiang W, et al. (2008) MoSST_DAS: The first generation geomagnetic data assimilation framework Communications in Computational Physics. 3: 85-108
Stanley S, Zuber MT, Bloxham J. (2007) Using reversed magnetic flux spots to determine a planet's inner core size Geophysical Research Letters. 34
Dumberry M, Bloxham J. (2006) Azimuthal flows in the Earth's core and changes in length of day at millennial timescales Geophysical Journal International. 165: 32-46
Stanley S, Bloxham J. (2006) Numerical dynamo models of Uranus' and Neptune's magnetic fields Icarus. 184: 556-572
Stanley S, Bloxham J, Hutchison WE, et al. (2005) Thin shell dynamo models consistent with Mercury's weak observed magnetic field Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 234: 27-38
Stanley S, Bloxham J. (2004) Convective-region geometry as the cause of Uranus' and Neptune's unusual magnetic fields. Nature. 428: 151-3
Dumberry M, Bloxham J. (2004) Variations in the Earth's gravity field caused by torsional oscillations in the core Geophysical Journal International. 159: 417-434
Donnellan A, Rundle J, Ries J, et al. (2004) Illuminating Earth's interior through advanced computing Computing in Science and Engineering. 6: 36-44
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