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Authors: (where not otherwise noted) N. Blaumoser (Gravity), M. Dorninger (Meteorology), C. Hammerl (History, Seismology), W. Lenhardt (History, Seismology), R. Leonhardt (Magnetism, front page, general information), B. Meurers (Gravity), U. Mitterbauer (Infrasound), C. Ullrich (Gravity), A. Vogelmann (Seismology), E. Zahn (Geodesy)

Images/Graphs: Main Banner (Observatory by Night: Gerhard Ramsebner; Magnetic field: Deutsche Enzyklopedie; Observatory SGO tunnel: M. Jensen; Earthquake damage San Francisco: unknown, earthsky.org), History (Victor Conrad: courtesy C. Hammerl), Magnetism: (Earth field plus generation: composition of 2 pics from NOAA/NASA by R. Leonhardt),  Images of the Sun: Courtesy of SOHO/[EIT, HMI] consortium. SOHO is a project of international cooperation between ESA and NASA. All other graphs and pictures: either noted or by R. Leonhardt

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References:

Christa Hammerl, Wolfgang Lenhardt, Reinhold Steinacker, Peter Steinhauser (Hrsg.): Die Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik 1851 – 2001. Leykam, Graz 2001, ISBN 3-7011-7437-7.