By American Geosciences Institute (AGI); Consortium for Ocean Leadership (COL); Earth Science Week (ESW)
Over time, Earth's magnetic poles change strength and location. They also completely reverse directions episodically. The north magnetic pole is currently moving northwest at 40 kilometers per year. It moved from 81.3Â° N, 110.8Â° W in 2001 to 82.7Â° N, 114.4Â° W in 2005. (Learn more at...
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