Introductory address.- Introduction to the Advanced Research Workshop: 'New Magnetic Field in Data in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia for Enhanced Flying and Airport Safety'; J.L. Rasson.- Geomagnetic field of the Republic of Macedonia; T. Delipetrov and B. Paneva.- Geomagnetic field Measurements at Magnetic repeat stations in former Yugoslavia; S. Mihajlovic et al.- Field and Observatory Geomagnetic Measurements in Bulgaria; I.A. Butchvarov, I.V. Cholakov.- On The Modeling of A Geomagnetic Reference Field for the Balkan Region; B. Duka et al.- Repeat surveys of Macedonia; J. Rasson and M. Delipetrov.- Nature of Earth's Magnetic Field and its Application for commercial flight navigation; R. Cop, D. Fefer.- Geomagnetic Observations in Turkey; C. Celik et al.- Croatian Geomagnetic Repeat Stations Network; M. Brkic et al.- Geomagnetic instrumentation for repeat station survey; V. Korepanov.- Problems of supply in DI-flux instruments; L. Hegymegi.- Development of an Automatic DI-Magnetometer; S. van Loo and J.L. Rasson.- New magnetic materials; S. Stojmenov.- Progress and Limitations in magnetic Field Measurements; N. Novkovski.- Geomagnetic measurements for Aeronautics; J.L. Rasson.- Measurement of the geomagnetic Declination on the Airports in Bulgaria; I. Cholakov.- Airport Geomagnetic Surveys in the United States; A. Berarducci.- Magnetic Repeat station network in Italy and magnetic measurements in heliports and airports; G. Dominici and A. de Santis.- Airport conditions in Macedonia: Seismic Risks; L. Pekevski.- Nonlinear techniques for short term prediction of the geomagnetic field and its secular variation; A. De Santis R.Tozzi.- Spherical Cap Harmonic Analysis of the geomagnetic Field with application for aeronautical Mapping; J. Miquel Torta et al.- Activities completed toward establishing a geomagnetic observatory in the Republic of Macedonia; M. Delipetrov.- Analysis of geomagnetic field data from measurements in 2003 Macedonia; S. Panovska, T.Delipetrov.-Understanding the geomagnetic field a precondition for better living; J. Zivanovic, S. Stavreva-Veselinovska.- Postface.- Addresses of Authors.- Subject index.
This book shows how the science of geomagnetism contributes to effective use of the magnetic compass for navigation. The book uses techniques from Geology, Instrument science, Magnetism, Chaos theory and Potential Fields applied to the geomagnetic landscape of the Balkan region and surroundings. The editors and contributors have assembled a comprehensive review of measurement, analysis, mapping and forecasting of magnetic declination in support of aeronautical safety.
Probably the first book published on the subject
A wealth of hard-to-find practical information on magnetic navigation
Unique information on the magnetic field in the Balkans and around
Link Geomagnetism with the techniques of compass navigation