Bibliographie choisie

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  • Bloxham, J., Gubbins, D., The Evolution of the Earth's Magnetic Field. Scientific American, December, 1989.
  • Burns, B., Burns, M., Wilderness Navigation. The Mountaineers, 1999.
  • Campbell, W.H., Earth Magnetism A Guided Tour Through Magnetic Fields. Academic Press, 1999.
  • Campbell, W.H., Introduction to Magnetic Fields. Cambridge University Press, 1997.
  • Courtillot, V. and Le Mouël, J.-L., Geomagnetic secular variation impulses. Nature, 311, 709-716, 1984.
  • Courtillot, V., Ducruix, J. and Le Mouël, J.-L., Sur une accélérations récente de la variation séculaire du champ magnétique terrestre. C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, D287, 1095-1098. (1978)
  • Dawson, E. and Newitt, L.R., The magnetic poles of the earth. J. Geomag. Geoelectr., 34, 225-240, 1982.
  • Dawson, E. and Newitt, L.R., An analytical representation of the geomagnetic field in Canada for 1975. Part III., The north magnetic pole. Can. J. Earth Sci., 15, 994-1001, 1978.
  • Dawson, E. and Loomer, E.I., The north magnetic dip pole. Publ. Dom. Obs. Ottawa, 28, 195-208, 1963.
  • Fraser-Smith, A.C., Centred and eccentric geomagnetic dipoles and their poles, 1600-1985. Rev. Geophys., 25, 1-16, 1987.
  • Fuller, M., Laj, C., Herrero-Bervera, E., The Reversal of the Earth's Magnetic Field. American Scientist, 84, 552-561, 1996.
  • Good, G.A., Follow the needle: seeking the magnetic poles. Earth Sciences History, 10, 154-167, 1991.
  • Haines, G.V., Newitt, L.R., The Canadian Geomagnetic Reference Field. Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity, 49, 317-336, 1997.
  • Haines, G.V., Spherical Cap Harmonic Analysis. J.Geophys. Res.,90,2583-2591, 1985.
  • Halley, E., A theory on the variation of the magnetical compass. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. 12, 200-221, 1683.
  • Hoffman, K.A., Ancient Magnetic Reversals: Clues to the Geodynamo. Scientific American, 288, 76-83, 1988.
  • Huy, M.L., Mandea, M., LeMouël, J.-L. And Pais, A., Time evolution of the fluid flow at the top of the core. Geomagnetic jerks. Earth, Planets, Space, 52, 163-172, 2000.
  • Huy, M.L., Alexandrescu, M., Hulot, G. and Le Mouël, J.-L., On the characteristics of successive geomagnetic jerks. Earth, Planets, Space, 50, 723-732, 1998.
  • Lord, J.-M., Pelletier, A., Cartes, boussoles et GPS. Brouquet, 2000.
  • Madill, R.G., The search for the north magnetic pole. Arctic, 1, 8-18, 1948.
  • Malin, S.R.C., Bullard, E., The Direction of the Earth's Magnetic Field at London, 1670-1975. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society of London, 299, 357-423, 1981.
  • Merrill, R.T. and McFadden, P.L., Geomagnetic Polarity Transitions. Rev. Geophys., 37, 201-226, 1999.
  • Merrill, R.T., McElhinny, M.W., McFadden, P.L., The Magnetic Field of the Earth. Academic Press, 1998.
  • Newitt, L.R., Mandea, M., McKee, L.A. and Orgeval, J.J., Recent acceleration of the north magnetic pole linked to magnetic jerks. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 83. No. 35, 381,388-389, 27 Aug., 2002.
  • Newitt, L.R. and Barton, C.E., The position of the north magnetic pole in 1994. J. Geomag. Geoelectr.,48, 221-232, 1996.
  • Newitt, L.R. and Niblett, E.R., Relocation of the north magnetic dip pole. Can. J. Earth Sci, 23, 1062-1067, 1986.
  • Newitt, L.R., Dawson, E., Secular Variation in North America during Historic Times. Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 78, 277-289, 1984.
  • Parkinson, W.D., Introduction to Geomagnetism. Elsevier, 1983.
  • Ross, J.C., On the position of the north magnetic pole. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, 124, 1834.
  • Ross, J., Narrative of a second voyage in search of the north-west passage. 1835.
  • Seidman, D., The Essential Wilderness Navigator. Ragged Mountain Press, 1995.
  • Serson, P.H., The search for the north magnetic pole. Trans. Roy. Soc. Canada, 20, 392-398, 1982.
  • Smith, P.J., Petrus Peregrinus' Epistola The beginning of experimental studies of magnetism in Europe. Earth Science Reviews/Atlas, 1969.
  • Smith, P.J., Pre-Gilvertian concepts of terrestrial magnetism. Tectonophysics, 6, 499-510, 1968.
  • Steen, A.S., Russeltvedt, N, and Wasserfall, K.F., The scientific results of the Norwegian arctic expedition in the Gjöa, 1903-1906, Part II, Terrestrial magnetism. Geophys. Pub, 7, 1933
  • Wasserfall, K.F., Studies on the magnetic conditions in the region between Gjöahavn and the magnetic pole during the year 1904. Terr. Mag., 263-275, 1939.