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[[Image:OR16030_evolution.jpg|thumb|right|300px|  Evolution of the South Atlantic Anomaly (Maurits Metman).]]
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[[Image:OR16030evolution.jpg|thumb|right|300px|  Evolution of the South Atlantic Anomaly (Maurits Metman).]]
[[Image:OR16030_seanblake.jpg|thumb|right|300px|  Modelling the GIC resulting from a 1 V/km northward electric field within the Irish power network (Sean Blake).]]
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[[Image:OR16030seanblake.jpg|thumb|right|300px|  Modelling the GIC resulting from a 1 V/km northward electric field within the Irish power network (Sean Blake).]]
[[Image:OR16030_ashleysmith.jpg|thumb|right|300px| Locations and intensities of the northern and southern auroral electrojets for different orientations of the interplanetary magnetic field as determined from Swarm data. Coordinate system is dipole latitude/magnetic local time (Ashley Smith).]]
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[[Image:OR16030ashleysmith.jpg|thumb|right|300px| Locations and intensities of the northern and southern auroral electrojets for different orientations of the interplanetary magnetic field as determined from Swarm data. Coordinate system is dipole latitude/magnetic local time (Ashley Smith).]]
  
 
During 2015, BGS were involved with the supervision and hosting of several undergraduate projects together with the University of Edinburgh. Two PhD students started their geomagnetism projects and several academic visitors were hosted.
 
During 2015, BGS were involved with the supervision and hosting of several undergraduate projects together with the University of Edinburgh. Two PhD students started their geomagnetism projects and several academic visitors were hosted.

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