Geophysical characteristics and meallogeny of the eastern Aldan-Stanovoi Shield, Far East
The geophysical survey data were summarized, the magnetotelluric sounding along the Zeya water reservoir—the Algama River profile was conducted, and the Bomnak mantle plume structure was distinguished for the first time. The areas prospective for ores were defined and substantiated.
Keywordsgeoelectric modeling airborne gamma-ray spectrometric anomalies ore prospective areas Aldan-Stanovoi Shield Far East
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