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    KZIL-AGACH 15-02-2007 15:45:36
    KZA Geomagnetic Station KZIL-AGACH
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    KAZAN 15-02-2007 15:45:36
    KZN Geomagnetic Station KAZAN
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    LITTLE AMERICA 15-02-2007 15:45:37
    LAA Geomagnetic Station LITTLE AMERICA
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    LAS ACACIAS 15-02-2007 15:45:37
    LAS Geomagnetic Station LAS ACACIAS
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    LAUDER 15-02-2007 15:45:38
    LAU Geomagnetic Station LAUDER
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    LEADVILLE 15-02-2007 15:45:38
    LDV Geomagnetic Station LEADVILLE
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    LENINGRADSKAYA 15-02-2007 15:45:39
    LEN Geomagnetic Station LENINGRADSKAYA
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    Lerwick Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:15
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    LOGRONO 15-02-2007 15:45:40
    LGR Geomagnetic Station LOGRONO
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    LIVINGSTON ISLAND 15-02-2007 15:41:45
    LIV Geomagnetic Station LIVINGSTON ISLAND
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    LUKIAPANG 15-02-2007 15:45:41
    LKP Geomagnetic Station LUKIAPANG
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    LA MADDALENA 15-02-2007 15:45:41
    LMD Geomagnetic Station LA MADDALENA
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    MAPUTO 15-02-2007 15:42:53
    LMM Geomagnetic Station MAPUTO
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    LENINGRAD 15-02-2007 15:45:42
    LNN Geomagnetic Station LENINGRAD
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    LUNPING 15-02-2007 15:45:43
    LNP Geomagnetic Station LUNPING
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    LORING AFB 15-02-2007 15:45:43
    LOB Geomagnetic Station LORING AFB
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    LOPARSKAYA-MURMANSK 15-02-2007 15:41:46
    LOP Geomagnetic Station LOPARSKAYA-MURMANSK
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    LOVO 15-02-2007 15:45:44
    LOV Geomagnetic Station LOVO
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    LOVOZERO 15-02-2007 15:45:44
    LOZ Geomagnetic Station LOVOZERO
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    LA PAZ 15-02-2007 15:45:45
    LPB Geomagnetic Station LA PAZ
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    LA QUIACA 15-02-2007 15:45:46
    LQA Geomagnetic Station LA QUIACA
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    Learmonth Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:17
    The Learmonth Solar Observatory was established in 1977. In 1981 a request was received from the Ionospheric Prediction Service for assistance in monitoring variation in a single component of the magnetic field at the Solar Observatory. It was agreed that a full magnetic observatory should be established at the solar observatory. A Proton precession magnetometer was run at the site from October 1983 until the geomagnetic observatory was installed in November 1986. A three component EDA FM105B fluxgate magnetometer was initially installed at the observatory with an Elsec model 595 proton precession magnetometer. Magnetic variations were recorded on a chart recorder and minute averages were digitized and recorded on cassette using an EDAS-2 A/D data logger. The EDA fluxgate was installed in the HDZ orientation, which at Learmonth is within a degree of the XYZ orientation. At some stage the original Elsec 595 PPM was replaced with a Elsec 820 PPM. EDAS-2 cassette based data recording became unreliable and was replaced on 06:13UT 09 December 1992 (day 344) when a IBM compatible PC was introduced to log the data. Data logging has been performed by computer since that time. The EDAS-2 A/D data logger continued its function as an A/D converter for serial digital data input to the PC system until February 1999. The electronics consoles and data logger/Computer were installed in the Solar Observatory Radio Solar Telescope Network (RSTN) building. The fluxgate sensor was housed in a concrete vault, 800mm deep with 600mm sides which are partially buried. The vault was located approximetely 36 metres to the east of the RSTN building. The PPM sensor was initially mounted on a wooden pole about 10m from the fluxgate vault. In September 1995 a second underground vault was constructed to house the PPM sensor and the existing Elsec 820 PPM was replaced with a Geometrics G856 PPM. The EDA fluxgate was replaced with a Narod three axis ringcore fluxgate on 12 February 1999. The Narod instrument produced digital data so the EDAS-2 A/D converter was no longer needed. One channel of the Narod fluxgate developed a fault on 01 February 2000 and the whole instrument was replaced on 14 August 2001 with a Bartington MAG03MSL70 fluxgate and PAR24B 24 bit A/D converter. The Bartington variometer proved to be unstable and was replaced with a suspended DMI FGE three axis fluxgate variometer and ADAM 4017 A/D converter on 12 December 2001, Also at this time a third underground vault was constructed 3 metres from the fluxgate vault to house the DMI fluxgate variometer electronics.
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    LEIRVOGUR 15-02-2007 15:45:47
    LRV Geomagnetic Station LEIRVOGUR
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    LHASA 15-02-2007 15:45:47
    LSA Geomagnetic Station LHASA
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    LUANDA 15-02-2007 15:45:48
    LUA Geomagnetic Station LUANDA
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    Lviv Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:18
    Magnetic observatory at settlement Ivano-Frankovo (Janow) near Lviv was founded at 1932 by professor Bronislaw Arctowski from University Jana Kazimira at Lviv. Observatory began regular activity in 1952. From 1952 recording of magnetic field variations had been made in classical manner on photopaper by means of quartz Bobrov's variometers. From 2002 the digital recording with Polish manetometers PSM has been carriet out.
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    LWIRO 15-02-2007 15:45:49
    LWI Geomagnetic Station LWIRO
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    LYNN LAKE 15-02-2007 15:42:54
    LYN Geomagnetic Station LYNN LAKE
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    ADVENTDALEN 15-02-2007 15:41:47
    LYR Geomagnetic Station ADVENTDALEN
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    LYCKSELE 15-02-2007 15:42:55
    LYS Geomagnetic Station LYCKSELE
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    Lanzhou Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:20
    The magnetic observatory of Lanzhou (LZH) was opened in 1958. LZH is under the management of the State Seismological Bureau (SSB). The observations were published by the Institute of Geophysics (China Seismological Bureau). In the frame of the deployment of its worldwide network Observatoire Magnetique Planetaire"(OMP), the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) along with the China Seismological Bureau (Lanzhou Institute of Seismology, LIS-CSB) decided to upgrade the LZH magnetic observatory in order to join INTERMAGNET. In April 2001 a new equipment was installed in Lanzhou matching the INTERMAGNET specifications. In Mars 2004 the vector magnetometer was replaced with an IPGP VM391.
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    LAZAREV 15-02-2007 15:45:50
    LZV Geomagnetic Station LAZAREV
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    Manhay Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:21
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    MANILA 15-02-2007 15:42:56
    MAN Geomagnetic Station MANILA
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    Mawson Station Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:22
    The magnetic observatory is part of Mawson scientific research station, built on the edge of Horseshoe Harbour, MacRobertson Land, in Antarctica. It is built on bare charnockite basement rock: there is no ice or soil cover. The magnetic observatory buildings, comprising the ABSOLUTE HOUSE and the VARIOMETER HOUSE, are situated at the south-east extremity of the station, at East Bay. They are in a magnetic quiet zone. In 1955 the Mawson observatory commenced recording magnetic variations with a three-component analogue magnetograph. The observatory has continuously recorded the geomagnetic field (and seismic activity) at Mawson since that time. In December 1985 the magnetic observatory was converted to digital recording. It is operated by Geoscience Australia as part of the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE).
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    MOULD BAY 15-02-2007 15:42:57
    MBC Geomagnetic Station MOULD BAY
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    Mbour Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:24
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    MCMURDO 15-02-2007 15:42:59
    MCM Geomagnetic Station MCMURDO
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    MONTE CAPELLINO 15-02-2007 15:43:00
    MCP Geomagnetic Station MONTE CAPELLINO
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    Macquarie Island Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:25
    A magnetic station was first established at Caroline Cove at the southern end of Macquarie Island in December 1911 by Eric Webb. Another magnetic station, refered to as station A was established, also in 1911, on the Macquarie Island isthmus which is at the northern end of the island. Station A was re-occupied in 1930 by the British Australian New Zealand Antarctic Expedition (BANZARE) and again in 1948 by the first Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition (ANARE). The Macquarie Island magnetic observatory was built at the ANARE station on the isthmus and magnetic recording has been continuous since 1952. The observatory was upgraded to produce digital data in October 1984. Data recording was upgraded to one second sampling rates in 1993. The Macquarie Island Observatory was accepted as an Intermagnet Magnetic Observatory in March 2002. A suspended three axis fluxgate magnetic variometer was installed in August 2004. A GEM GSM90 proton magnetometer was installed in May 2005. The system was upgraded to provided real-time data in June 2005.
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    MIDWAY 15-02-2007 15:43:01
    MDY Geomagnetic Station MIDWAY
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    Meanook Magnetic Observatory 2008-09-23T07:53:26
    Meanook Geomagnetic Observatory was established in July, 1916. The site is 136 km north of the city of Edmonton, Alberta and 18 km south of the town of Athabasca. The Observatory is located on the top of the plain to the west of Tawatinaw valley. The site is underlain by Upper Cretaceous sedimentary deposits to a depth of 2 km. The nearest railway passes through the bottom of the valley about 5 km southeast of the Observatory. A recording basement to house Kew-type variometers was added to the original building in 1927. The absolute building and the heating system were renovated in 1940. In 1941 an annex to the basement recording room was constructed to house the two sets of LaCour variometers which had been located in a temporary hut since the International Polar Year (1932-1933). In 1951 the absolute instruments and LaCour variometers were transferred to a new magnetic observatory building. In 1955 an additional 215 hectares of land adjacent to the Observatory were purchased. Ground electrodes were established 1.6 km apart in north-south and east-west directions for the study of telluric currents. Meanook Observatory was considerably expanded for the International Geophysical Year (1957-1958). In addition to the standard magnetic observatory, an auroral all-sky camera, an auroral intensity recorder, a patrol spectrograph a vertical incidence sounder, a fixed ionosphere backscatter sounder, a riometer and a telluric recorder were also in operation at the station. During the second International Polar Year the station consisted of only two buildings on a one hectare site; in 1957 the station possessed 15 buildings on a protected area of 219 hectares. Land and buildings no longer required for Earth Physics Branch (now part of the Geological Survey of Canada) programs were transferred to the Department of Public Works on 1 July, 1976. The 1951 magnetic observatory building and the old absolute building which still housed the optical variograph (RUSKA) were retained for the operation of the Meanook Geomagnetic Observatory. The old absolute building was demolished in 1988. The remaining building is centred in a 213 m by 213 m area reserved exclusively for the use of the Geomagnetic Program. The excess land is now in use, by the Meanook Biological Research Station, University of Alberta. Only declination was recorded from 1916 to August 1927, at which time horizontal force and declination differential photographic recorders of the Kew-type were installed. A vertical force magnetometer was installed in September, 1931. Standard and low sensitivity LaCour recorders replaced the Kew variometers in 1933. RUSKA variometers were installed in May, 1961 in the basement of the old absolute building. The RUSKA variometers were adopted as the standard recorders on 1 October, 1963. The production of optically recorded magnetograms was discontinued on 31 July, 1979. Digital recordings of the geomagnetic field were begun in November, 1970 with the installation of the Earth Physics Branch's AMOS Mk I. The AMOS Mk I became the primary recorder for Meanook Observatory on 1 January, 1976. The aging AMOS Mk I was replaced by the AMOS Mk III in late November, 1980. In turn, the AMOS Mk III was replaced by the INTERMAGNET compliant CANMOS in mid-June, 1991.
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    MELVILLE AFB 15-02-2007 15:43:02
    MEV Geomagnetic Station MELVILLE AFB
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    MOCA 15-02-2007 15:43:03
    MFP Geomagnetic Station MOCA
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    MAGADAN 15-02-2007 15:43:04
    MGD Geomagnetic Station MAGADAN
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    MAGALLANES 15-02-2007 15:43:04
    MGS Geomagnetic Station MAGALLANES
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    MIDWAY (MID) 15-02-2007 15:41:47
    MID Geomagnetic Station MIDWAY (MID)
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    MIRNY 15-02-2007 15:43:05
    MIR Geomagnetic Station MIRNY
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    MIZUSAWA 15-02-2007 15:43:06
    MIZ Geomagnetic Station MIZUSAWA
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    MAJURO 15-02-2007 15:43:07
    MJR Geomagnetic Station MAJURO
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