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Joint Interpretation of Magnetotelluric and CSAMT Data on the Kola Peninsula (Kovdor Area)

  • A. N. ShevtsovEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences book series (SPEES)

Abstract

Both processes- and with a controlled source and fields of natural origin, contain information about the Earth. The data of the CSAMT research and the results of the AMT-MT measurements should complement each other. To this point of view, in the Geological Institute of RAS has developed a set of programs for data processing and interpretation of the results of joint data of the magnetotelluric research and data of the frequency electromagnetic sounding with controlled sources. Presents the results of the joint inversion of CSAMT data at distances 50 km from two mutually-orthogonal horizontal electric dipoles in the frequency range of 3.82–2185 Hz (“Kovdor-2015”) in west sector Kovdor-Jona area and AMT-MT measurements of the 2016 year in point of the disposition of the dipole sources.

Keywords

CSAMT Magnetotelluric Interpretation Data processing 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kola Science Center of RAS, Geological InstituteApatity, Murmansk regionRussia

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