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    increased geomagnetic activity

    Hello,

    I would like to get some advice on the following sentence:

    "Short-time oscillations arise in geomagnetic signals during time periods of increased geomagnetic activity"

    Is the word "increased" fine here before "geomagnetic activity"? I have consulted the dictionary and found many synonyms, whcih are well-known, including "heightened", "high", "excess", etc.

    What do You think?

    Thanks

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    Re: increased geomagnetic activity

    Quote Originally Posted by milan2003_07 View Post
    Hello,

    I would like to get some advice on the following sentence:

    "Short-time oscillations arise in geomagnetic signals during time periods of increased geomagnetic activity"

    Is the word "increased" fine here before "geomagnetic activity"? I have consulted the dictionary and found many synonyms, whcih are well-known, including "heightened", "high", "excess", etc.

    What do You think?

    Thanks
    I would say yes, knowing nothing about the subject.

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