Magnetic FIELD Observation in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Marobhe I. M. & Uiso C.B. University of Dar Es Salaam. MAGDAS.
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Historical: From the mid 1960’s the Physics department had a magnetometer house which existed till early 1980’s. The department was also earmarked to teach geophysics aspects such as seismology, and atmospheric physics.
In 1970’s the Department of Geology was established to teach earth sciences. Hence the geophysical sciences for solid earth were transferred from the Physics department to Geology Department.
Data processing and analysis is not done at UDSM due to lack of trained personnel in the field of space science. ( Training is required to enable local personnel to process the raw data, analyze and interpret the data).
Sustainability of MAGDAS project: how long will SERC support the observation?