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1. GGP - Corrected Minute Data [GGP-SG-CORMIN]
Global Geodynamics Project (GGP) - Earthquake Data


2. Core Angular Momentum Change Data: Excess length of day in milliseconds over standard day of 86400 seconds [IERS_GGFC_SBC_CAM_LOD]   CHILD METADATA
Core angular momentum (CAM) is estimated by various researchers using various modelling hypotheses applied to magnetic data. CAM is then transformed into change in the length of day (LOD). Data ...


3. Core Angular Momentum Change Data: Excess length of day in milliseconds over standard day of 86400 seconds - Jackson et al. data [IERS_GGFC_SBC_CAM_LOD_JACKSON]   PARENT METADATA
[Adapted from "http://www.astro.oma.be/SBC/data1.html"] Core angular momentum (CAM) is estimated by Jackson et al. using modelling hypotheses applied to magnetic data. CAM is then transformed ...


4. Core Angular Momentum Change Data: Excess length of day in milliseconds over standard day of 86400 seconds - Jault et al. data [IERS_GGFC_SBC_CAM_LOD_JAULT]   PARENT METADATA
Core angular momentum (CAM) is estimated by Jault et al. using modelling hypotheses applied to magnetic data. CAM is then transformed into change in the length of day (LOD). Data is expressed as ...


5. Core Angular Momentum Change Data: Excess length of day in milliseconds over standard day of 86400 seconds - Pais et al. data [IERS_GGFC_SBC_CAM_LOD_PAIS]   PARENT METADATA
[Adapted from "http://www.astro.oma.be/SBC/data4.htm"] Core angular momentum (CAM) is estimated by Pais et al. using modelling hypotheses applied to magnetic data. CAM is then transformed into ...


6. Core Angular Momentum Change Data: Excess length of day in milliseconds over standard day of 86400 seconds - Petrov, et al. data [IERS_GGFC_SBC_CAM_LOD_PETROV]   PARENT METADATA
Core angular momentum (CAM) is estimated by Petrov et al. using modelling hypotheses applied to magnetic data. CAM is then transformed into change in the length of day (LOD). Data is expressed as ...


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