Keressük a Hopkinson-hatást, azaz a Curie-homerséklet közelében történo jelentos szuszceptibilitás-növekedést a Pannon-medencében

Translated title of the contribution: Looking for the Hopkinson effect, i.e. the significant susceptibility increase near Curie temperature in the Pannonian basin

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Abstract

Recently Kiss, Szarka, Prácser [e.g. 2005a, raised the issue that greater magnetic anomalies in the crust of the Pannonian basin could have been generated by the Hopkinson effect near the Curie temperature. The author - to study the probability of this issue - has chosen an elevation of the basaltic lower crust/an intrusion in the Békés subbasin. Geometry of these structures have been relatively well determined by magnetic gravity and seismic measurements. Conclusions concerning the Hopkinson effect in the magnetic anomalies have been drawn from the susceptibility determinations of independent authors. Only alternative approximations of the effect could have been formulated which urges to further investigation of the problem (and discussion).

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)68-74
Number of pages7
JournalMagyar Geofizika
Volume49
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Curie temperature
magnetic anomalies
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