Russian Journal of Pacific Geology

, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp 558–567 | Cite as

Petrophysical Characteristics of the Intrusive Complexes of Different Age of the Gamow Peninsula (Southwestern Primorye)

  • T.A. KharchenkoEmail author
  • M.G. ValitovEmail author


The petrophysical data on the granitoids of the Gamow Peninsula are presented and compared with those of the granitoid complexes distributed on the adjacent territory. The physical properties of the Late Permian and Early Jurassic granitoid complexes are considered. Granitoids of different age sharply differ in petrophysical properties. The Late Permian granitoids developed on the Gamow Peninsula have higher density and lower magnetic characteristics relative to the same rocks distributed on the adjacent continental territory. It is established that the petrophysical properties of the Early Jurassic granitoids are similar to those of one phase of the Late Permian granitoids. The simultaneous formation of these complexes is proposed.


petrophysics density magnetic susceptibility granitoids Gamow Peninsula Primorye 



This work was supported by the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (project nos. 13-III-D-07-032 and 14-III-D-07-027, program “Far East”).

We are grateful to R.G. Kulinich for discussion of the manuscript and critical comments. S.B. Titorenko (head of MES of Cape Shults) is thanked for help in the performance of fieldworks, and K. Yu. Kramchanin is thanked for kindly given samples.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Il’ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far East Branch, Russian Academy of SciencesVladivostokRussia

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