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Doklady Earth Sciences

, Volume 483, Issue 1, pp 1405–1409 | Cite as

Significance of the Sedimentary Water Integrity of the Neo-Pleistocene Aquifer System in the Northern Near-Caspian Region for the Development of the Caspian Sedimentary Basin

  • O. V. GolovanovaEmail author
GEOLOGY
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Abstract

This paper presents a new model of the distinct formation of groundwater of the aquifer system of the Northern Near-Caspian Region. The absence of sedimentary water displacement in plane is shown. An increase in mineralization and a wide range of characteristics of the composition and properties of rocks and waters are explained by processes of the mass-exchange in the water-rock system under conditions of low groundwater flow. The complex of the factors and conditions responsible for the integrity or displacement of sedimentary waters is determined, and it is suggested that it should be used to study the current and ancient sedimentary basins.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I thank Academician A.P. Lisitsyn, Prof. K.E.  Pit’eva, Prof. A.V. Lekhov, Dr. Sci. (Geol.–Min.) Yu.O. Gavrilov, Cand. Sci. (Chem.) S.F. Brusilovskii, and others who helped in the studies. This work was carried out according to State Assignment no. 0135-2016-0004 “Formation of Lithological and Mineralogical–Geochemical Features of the Sedimentary Cover of Russia and Adjacent Areas in Various Paleogeographic and Paleotectonic Settings.”

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Geological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences MoscowRussia

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