Singles wittstock

The sources for the magnetotelluric (MT) method are naturally occurring electromagnetic field variations.

While these source are available everywhere on earth and at all times, their signal strength varies considerably.

The so-called remote-reference technique is an effective way to improve magnetotelluric data quality by referencing the electromagnetic fields recorded at a local site to simultaneously recorded, undisturbed fields at a remote site.

Recording is continuous at a sampling rate of 5 Hz.

Site 996 comprises one (or more) continuously recorded data streams using MFS06 induction coil magnetometers (Bx, By, coil switch in LF mode, chopper on) and electric fields (Ex, Ey).

Tonight she will submit to an outfit with a leather-and-lace theme put together by her maids of honor, Danish designer Isabell Kristensen and Prince Albert’s cousin Donatella Knecht de Massy, and join guests including the model Karolina Kurkova, Fox 5 reporter Carolyn Gusoff, and nightlife entrepreneur Amy Sacco for dinner at the Lion and dancing at Cipriani Downtown.

After an ankle fracture three years ago, Charlene, now 33, retired from professional swimming, but she still trains at least three times a week, often with her former Olympic coach.The first time Prince Albert saw Charlene Wittstock, she was in a swimsuit.A former competitive swimmer who has won numerous championships and represented South Africa in the 2000 Olympics, Wittstock was taking part in an event in Monaco when she caught the prince’s eye ten years ago. “After seeing me swim, Albert asked my management for permission to take me out.(2015): EMERALD Data Format for Magnetotelluric Data, Scientific Technical Report - Data; 15/08, Potsdam: Deutsches Geo Forschungs Zentrum GFZ.DOI: data are recorded as time series using two SPAM Mk. For ease of use, the data are re-organized as three virtual MT sites, covering a wide frequency range.Meanwhile the data of the Wittstock site have been used very successfully to re-process a number of magnetotelluric stations in Germany.