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Geolelektricheskiye anomalii Ukrainskogo shchita i ikh svyaz' s rudoproyavleniyami poleznykh iskopayemykh  [Electrical anomalies in the Ukrainian Shield and their relation to mineral deposits]

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Alternate Title:Electrical anomalies in the Ukrainian Shield and their relation to mineral deposits
Authors:Burakhovich, T. K.; Nikolayev, I. Yu.; Sheremet, E. M.; Shirkov, B. I.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Institute of Geophysics, Kiev, Ukraine
Volume Title:Geofizicheskiy Zhurnal
Source:Geofizicheskiy Zhurnal, 37(6), p.42-63. Publisher: NAN Ukrainy, Institut Geofiziki, Kiev, Ukraine. ISSN: 0203-3100
Publication Date:2015
Note:In Russian with English and Ukrainian summaries. 38 refs.; illus., incl. sects., sketch map
Summary:Results of modern experimental electromagnetic studies completed during 2005-2014 along 13 profiles located mainly within suture zones of the Ukrainian Shield (USh) have been given. The main result of geoelectric studies of the USh is the revealing of numerous local and regional anomalies of electric conductivity according to the data of 3D modeling, the presence of low-resistance deep anomalies, confined to zones of metasomatism along extensive fault zones; conjugation of low-resistance anomalies with metallogenic ore knots and geochemical anomalies.
Subjects:Electrical anomalies; Electrical conductivity; Electrical methods; Fault zones; Faults; Geophysical methods; Geophysical profiles; Geophysical surveys; Mineral deposits, genesis; Resistivity; Surveys; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe; Russian Platform; Ukraine; Ukrainian Shield
Coordinates:N450000 N510000 E0390000 E0280000
Record ID:697966-3
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