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The Earth’s magnetic field as it is measured by low-Earth orbit satellites such as Swarm and CHAMP results from the superposition of internal and external source fields overlapping in time and in space. The Earth’s lithospheric field is one of the weakest sources detectable from space and its accurate description requires treatments of rapidly-varying magnetic fields generated by current systems in the ionosphere and magnetosphere. In this paper, we review methods most commonly used in geomagnetism to identify and then to correct for the external perturbation fields at satellite altitudes. We document the pros and cons of Fourier Filtering, polynomial and Spherical Harmonics analyses, Singular Spectral Analysis (SSA) and Line-levelling techniques. The difficulties are illustrated with an application of the methods on a common set of real Swarm magnetic field measurements and with a discussion on the differences between lithospheric field models obtained with each treatment. We finally discuss some perspectives for improvements of external field correction techniques relying on statistical or more explicit assumptions about the geographical distribution as well as the shape and strengths of the external magnetic field structures.
by: Gabe KrajicekIt’s 2015 and 66% of Americans are still angry at megabanks for their role in the 2008 financial crisis¹. In particular, among Gen Y – also known as millennials – there is a strong dislike of the megabanks. In fact, 1 in 3 millennials are open to switching from their megabank in the next 90 days². Consumers young and old are ready to move on.People are embracing uniqueness in their community. The enthusiasm of green and “eating local” movements that have increased the popularity of farmers markets is spilling over into retail and banking as well. Seventy-eight percent of Americans believe banking locally is important¹. This eat local, bank local, support mom & pop shop mindset is exciting. It’s empowering consumers to vote with their wallets and highlighting the importance of community. What do these important trends in consumer opinion mean for community financial institutions? It means now is your window of opportunity.You Have A Secret Weapon You possess an inherent advantage: you’re community-based. You have the ability to tap into that consumer trend towards community unlike the megabanks. Credit unions are uniquely positioned to shine because of their history and strong ties to their market. The deep relationships you’ve built with your members provide valuable insight into what’s important to your prospects and your community. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr