The Atlas of the Earth's Magnetic Field (EMF) represents a unified set of physical, geographic, thematic (including the EMF historical charts), as well as background (text and spreadsheet)
materials for a detailed study of the EMF problem from 1500 to 2010. The atlas is intended for geologists and geophysicists dealing with the EMF study, and also for a wide range of scientists,
teachers, students, postgraduate students and experts of the applied areas related to Earth sciences. The atlas is a unique edition representing a fundamental cartographic product with the fullest
and scientifically grounded characteristics of the geomagnetic phenomenon. It contains the results of both historical and modern study of the EMF problem.
Citation: Soloviev, A., A. Khokhlov, E. Jalkovsky, A. Berezko, A. Lebedev, E. Kharin, I. Shestopalov, M. Mandea, V. Kuznetsov, T. Bondar, V. Nechitailenko, A. Rybkina, O. Pyatygina, A. Shibaeva (2012), The Atlas of the Earth's Magnetic Field (Eds.: A. Gvishiani, A. Frolov, V. Lapshin). Publ. GC RAS, Moscow, 364 pp, doi:10.2205/2012Atlas_MPZ.