Geophysical Circumstances Of The 1908 Tunguska Event In Siberia, Russia

@article{Olkhovatov2003GeophysicalCO,
  title={Geophysical Circumstances Of The 1908 Tunguska Event In Siberia, Russia},
  author={Andrei Ol'khovatov},
  journal={Earth, Moon, and Planets},
  year={2003},
  volume={93},
  pages={163-173}
}
  • A. Ol'khovatov
  • Published 1 November 2003
  • Geology
  • Earth, Moon, and Planets
On the morning of June 30, 1908 a remarkable naturalphenomenon took place in the region to the north and north-west of Lake Baikal in Russia, which is now usually known as the Tunguska event. Despite the fact that a dozen explanations or more have been put forward to explain this event, its origin is still questionable.In this work geophysical circumstances of the Tunguskaevent are investigated. The research reveals that the event took place during a strong upsurge of tectonic activity in the… 
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