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Forty years of MTS studies in the Ukraine

Abstract

Extensive EM studies have been made in the Ukraine during the last 40 years and a set of reliable results have been received. Data from 3000 Magnetotelluric soundings are presented as maps of effective apparent resistivity at periods of 150 s and 500 s and impedance phase at T = 150 s. The principal results are: S1 map at the scale 1:2500000, tracing and study of Carpathian, Kirovograd and Donbas regional conductivity anomalies, a map of the crustal conductivity for Ukrainian Shield, a study of faults.

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Ingerov, A.I., Rokityansky, I.I. & Tregubenko, V.I. Forty years of MTS studies in the Ukraine. Earth Planet Sp 51, 1127–1133 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1186/BF03351586

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Keywords

  • Apparent Resistivity
  • Geomagnetic Variation
  • Ukrainian Shield
  • Longitudinal Conductivity
  • Conductivity Anomaly