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Low magnetic field shield in Hamilton Hall

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The new magnetic lab is nearing completion with the significant installation of a low magnetic field shield.
This shield can provide a quiet low magnetic field over a very large volume even when sited inside a steel framed building. The shield will allow paleomagnetic investigations.

From right to left, Dr. Carl Richter, Mr. John Hakes, Mrs. Katherine Hakes, and Dr. Eric Ferré (Photos courtesy Abigail Breaux)