OTHER WORDS FROM geomagneticge·o·mag·ne·ti·cian [jee-oh-mag-ni-tish-uhn], /ˌdʒi oʊˌmæg nɪˈtɪʃ ən/, ge·o·mag·ne·tist, noun
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They note that submarines also circle as they take geomagnetic data.Why do sea turtles, penguins and sharks sometimes just swim in circles or spirals?|Susan Milius|March 23, 2021|Science News
Scientists measure the general likelihood of visibility on a scale of zero to nine known as the Kp Index, based on measurement of geomagnetic activity.
So while a shift of geomagnetic poles may be somewhat of a forgotten part of our planet’s history, its impacts are ever present.A geomagnetic curveball 42,000 years ago changed our planet forever|Sara Kiley Watson|February 24, 2021|Popular-Science
One reason for that belief is a dearth of precise dates for the timing and duration of the geomagnetic event to correlate with environmental, ice core and magnetic rock records.
In fact, “the general belief had been that geomagnetic changes had no impact on climate or anything else,” says Alan Cooper, an evolutionary biologist at BlueSky Genetics in Adelaide.