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Title: Springs as indicator of geotectonic disturbances
Authors: Kravchynskyi, Ruslan L.
Khilchevskyi, Valentyn K.
Korchemlyuk, Martha V.
Zabokrytska, Myroslava R.
Plichko, Lyudmyla V.
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Kravchynskyi R. L., Khilchevskyi V. K., Korchemlyuk M. V., Zabokrytska M. R., Plichko L. V. Springs as indicator of geotectonic disturbances // Conference Proceedings «Geoinformatics: Theoretical and Applied Aspects 2020». European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers. Vol. 2020. P. 1–5. https://www.earthdoc.org/content/papers/10.3997/2214-4609.2020geo107?crawler=true
Issue Date: May-2020
Date of entry: 21-Jul-2020
Publisher: European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers
DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.2020geo107
Keywords: springs
line of tectonic
Carpathian National Natural Park
Ukrainian Carpathians
Abstract: The main object of research in this publication is the springs considered in the development system of the regional structural geology of the Carpathians. In specific theoretical and practical examples it proved that the springs can be indicators of linear faults. The effectiveness of combining field methods with remote methods for detecting geological explosive disturbances and fracturing of the local substrate has been proved. The prospects and directions for further research are shown.The main object of research in this publication is the springs considered in the development system of the regional structural geology of the Carpathians. In specific theoretical and practical examples it proved that the springs can be indicators of linear faults. The effectiveness of combining field methods with remote methods for detecting geological explosive disturbances and fracturing of the local substrate has been proved. The prospects and directions for further research are shown.
URI: http://evnuir.vnu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/18103
Content type: Thesis
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