SQUID magnetometer network records tiny geomagnetic changes - SANSA
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SQUID magnetometer network records tiny geomagnetic changes

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The Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) magnetometer network project aims to record and evaluate very small geomagnetic signatures using SQUID magnetometers in a magnetically quiet environment.

The SQUID located at SANSA in Hermanus forms part of a future network that could identify lightning and sprite magnetic signatures, Schumann resonances and possible seismic precursors. This project is a collaboration with the University of Stellenbosch, University of Avignon, University of Savoy, and the Low Noise Laboratory (LSBB) in France.