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   Wasilewski, P. J..
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   Detecting ultra-Low magnetic fields with common magnetic minerals
   An empirical scaling law for acquisition of thermoremenent magnetization
   Evidence for Terrestrial Magnetic Contamination of the Chondritic Meteorites
   Grain size dependent potential for self generation of magnetic anomalies on Mars via thermoremanent magnetic acquisition and magnetic interaction of hematite and magnetite
   The Influence of Terrestrial Environment on meteorite Magnetic Records
   The influence of terrestrial processes on meteorite magnetic records
   Magnetic coercivity and intensity of Mars crust: Dichotomy formation via unicellular convection mechanism
   Magnetic interaction and cooling rate
   Magnetic Mineralogy in Oxidized Lava Flows
   Magnetic Properties of Chondritic Meteorites and the Terrestrial Weathering
   Magnetic record of ordinary chondrite chondrules
   Magnetic remanence in the Murchison meteorite
   Magnetic Signatures of Impact Fractured Rocks from Sierra Madera, Texas, USA - Implications to Magnetic Anomalies on Mars
   Magnetic Studies of Avanhandava H4 and Bjurbole L4 Chondrules
   Magnetomineralogy and magnetic properties of Murchison meteorite - from the remagnetised fusion crust to the primary magnetic record of the meteorite interior
   Magnetomineralogy as a tool for determination of the meteorite weathering
   Martian magnetic anomalies in light of fundamental properties of magnetic minerals
   New insight into the origin of anomalous magnetism of titanohematite lamellae in rhombohedral oxide assemblages -consequence for Mars magnetism
   Recognition of thermal remanent magnetization in rocks and meteorites
   Reply to the comment on the paper "Grain size dependent potential for self generation of magnetic anomalies on Mars via thermoremanent magnetic acquisition and magnetic interaction of hematite and magnetite" by Gunther Kletetschka, Norman F. Ness, J.E.P. Connerney, M.H. Acuna, P.J. Wasilewski, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. 148 (2005) 149-156, made by: Jafar Arkani-Hamed
   Testing the nature of remanent magnetization using REM(AF) method
   TRM in Low Magnetic Fields: a minimum field that can be recorded by large multidomain grain
   TRM/SIRM of magnetic minerals