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Structural and geological characteristics of a “seismic gap” in the central part of the Kuril Island Arc
The results of the cruise of R/V Akademik M.A. Lavrentiev conducted by the Pacific Institute of Oceanology, Far East Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Shirshov Institute ofExpand
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Counter‐clockwise rotation of the eastern part of the Mongolia block: Early Cretaceous palaeomagnetic results from Bikin, Far Eastern Russia
SUMMARY We present palaeomagnetic results from Lower Cretaceous rocks in Bikin area of the Alchan basin (46.5°N, 134.7°E), Sikhote Alin orogenic belt, Far Eastern Russia. A high-temperatureExpand
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Late Cretaceous palaeomagnetic results from Sikhote Alin, far eastern Russia: tectonic implications for the eastern margin of the Mongolia Block
SUMMARY Wepresent palaeomagnetic results from Late Cretaceous welded tuffs in the Kisin Group (Monastirskaya Suite, Primorskaya Series) collected at 27 sites from the Sikhote Alin mountain range. AExpand
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Late Cretaceous to early Paleogene paleomagnetic results from Sikhote Alin, far eastern Russia: implications for deformation of East Asia
Abstract Welded tuffs in the Bogopol and Sijanov groups were sampled at 27 sites from 12 caldera formations in the Sikhote Alin mountain range around Kavalerovo (44.3°N, 135.0°E) for chronologicalExpand
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An example of multicomponent magnetization in welded tuffs: A case study of Upper Cretaceous welded tuffs of eastern Russia
Abstract Four distinct components of natural remanent magnetization were isolated from a single site in welded tuffs in the Upper Cretaceous Kisin Group of the Sikhote Alin mountain range, Russia. InExpand
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Peculiarities of the fluid regime in the lithosphere of the junction zone between South Primorye and the Sea of Japan from the comprehensive geophysical data
New data on the fluid lithospheric regime in the junction zone of the continent and the marginal seas are presented. For the first time, this problem was solved by the comprehensive interpretation ofExpand
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Thicknesses and types of the crust beneath the Sea of Japan inferred from marine and satellite gravimetric investigations
The combined gravimetric, altimetric, and seismic data used for calculating the crust thickness beneath the Sea of Japan revealed its different types in this region: oceanic and continental withExpand
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