Joint analysis of the magnetic field and total gradient intensity in central Europe
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Subject area: Crustal structure and composition | Editorial team: Geodesy, gravity, and geomagnetism | Discipline: GeodesyTopological analysis in Monte Carlo simulation for uncertainty propagationIntegration of geoscientific uncertainty into geophysical inversion by means of local gradient regularization
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