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This research provides the first detailed high-resolution measurements of the Earth's magnetic field above the polar ice cap using the newly designed NEWFACT magnetometer, a highly sensitive magnetometer developed specifically for measurement of magnetic signals from the ice sheet below. It is expected that in future, this instrument will be used to measure the magnetic field in the vicinity of the concentration interface zone (CIZ) at the base of the ice sheet, where the small and gradual change in the magnetization of the water column occurs. This unique setup allows to measure the magnetic field component vertical to the ice surface in the ice sheet beneath the overlying atmospheric and surface magnetic field, thus creating a direct link between geophysical and water parameters. The NEWFACT is a highly sensitive instrument, with a frequency response down to 9 Hz and a noise equivalent magnetic field (NEV) of only 10 fT Hz-1/2 at a frequency of 100 Hz, which is an order of magnitude lower than the previous standard instrument. NEWFACT measures the entire high-resolution (1° x 1°) area from 48° to 70°N. The new record extends the existing high-resolution record, which only extends down to the depth of the grounding line at approximately 80°N and 60°W, to higher latitudes in the ice sheet. To overcome possible problems related to local horizontal magnetic anisotropy, the instrument was calibrated in-situ in situ, in situ in situ (i.e., recorded simultaneously with the data acquisition). The NEWFACT results were cross-calibrated with other field instruments in the area and with various geomagnetic models. It is found that the geomagnetic dipole field model (GFD-MIT) underestimates the spatial variation in the magnetic field near the grounding line by more than a factor of 2. The dipole magnetic field is biased from the geomagnetic field mainly because of the presence of a strong net vertical component of the magnetic field, induced by the electric currents carried by the current sheets, which is not taken into account in the GFD-MIT model. Finally, the NEWFACT results were cross-calibrated with the LGM-IPGP ice sheet model, which is used to simulate the ice sheet topography and flow. The excellent agreement between the LGM 0b46394aab