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Geoelectric section of the lithosphere of the Amur-Zeya sedimentary basin deduced from magnetotelluric sounding along the Blagoveshchensk-Birakan profile



Geoelectric section of the lithosphere of the Amur-Zeya sedimentary basin deduced from magnetotelluric sounding along the Blagoveshchensk-Birakan profile



Russian Journal of Pacific Geology 6(2): 131-142



The results of magnetotelluric sounding along the 35-km long Blagoveshchensk-Birakan profile are discussed. The profile begins in the Longjiang-Selemdzha orogenic belt and ends in the Jiamusi-Bureya massif, thus intersecting the southern Amur-Zeya sedimentary basin from the northwest to the southeast. Twelve soundings have been performed in the broad range from 1 14 to 2 1?4 Hz. Geoelectric sections have been constructed for the depths of 2 and 15 km with the determination of the geoelectric parameters of the sedimentary cover within the basin and the identification of the zones of anomalous conductivity in the Earth s crust and upper mantle.

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DOI: 10.1134/s1819714012020054


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