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Author: I.I. Rokityansky,N.L. Chobotova,G.M. Pestryakov,M.N. Pristay,B.G. Shilman
ISBN13: 978-3540106302
Title: Geoelectromagnetic Investigation of the Earth’s Crust and Mantle
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Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (March 31, 1982)
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Geoelectromagnetic Investigation of the Earth’s Crust and Mantle by I.I. Rokityansky,N.L. Chobotova,G.M. Pestryakov,M.N. Pristay,B.G. Shilman



RokitlanskiI, I. I. (Igor' Ivanovich). Geoelectromagnetic investigation of Earth's crust and mantle. Translation of: Issledovanie anomaliI eJektroprovodnosti metodom o profilirovanila.

Geoelectromagnetic Investigation of the Earth's Crust and Mantle. Translated by N. L. Chobotova, G. M. Pestryakov M. N. Pristay, and B. G. Shilman. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York 1982. IGOR I. ROKITYANSKY Institute of Geophysics Palladin st. 32 Kiev 252680, USSR Translated from Russian by N. Chobotova (Chaps. I, 5, 7, 8), N. Chobotova and G. Pestryakov (Introduction and Chaps. 2,3), N. Chobotova and M. Pristay (Chap. 6) and B. Shilman (Chap. 4). ISBN-13:978-3-642-61803-1.

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Experimental investigation of water-containing rocks has revealed a pronounced increase of electrical conductivity in the temperature range D from 500 to 700 DC which may be attributed to the beginning of fractional melting. Hence, anomalies of electrical conductivity may be helpful in identitying zones of melting and dehydration. Издание: иллюстрированное.

I. Rokityansky, Geoelectromagnetic Investigation of Earth’s Crust and Mantle, N. Pestrylakov, B. Shilman, trans. Springer, New York (1982); F. Simpson, K. Bahr, Practical Magnetotellurics, Cambridge U. Press, New York (2005). C. Kelley, The Earth’s Ionosphere: Plasma Physics and Electrody- namics, Academic Press, San Diego, CA (1989); A. D. Richmond, EOS Trans.

By I. Rokityansky, 381 pages, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1982). For centuries, navigators of the world's oceans have been familiar with an effect of Earth's magnetic field: It imparts a directional preference to the needle of a compass. Although in some settings magnetic orientation remains important, the modern science of geomagnetism has emerged from its romantic nautical origins and developed into a subject of great depth and diversity. Rate it . You Rated it .

d Fluid Transport in the Earth's Crust and Mantle" will appeal to all geoscientists interested in the movement of fluids through the Earth. Описание: Electrical conductivity is a parameter which characterizes composition and physical state of the Earth& interior.

Are you sure you want to remove Geoelectromagnetic investigation of Earth's crust and mantle from your list? Geoelectromagnetic investigation of Earth's crust and mantle. by I. Rokiti͡anskiĭ. Published 1982 by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York. Electromagnetic induction, Geomagnetism, Magnetic anomalies, Secular variations. Bibliography: p. -378.

Electrical conductivity is a parameter which characterizes composition and physical state of the Earth's interior. Studies of the state equations of solids at high temperature and pressure indicate that there is a close relation be­ tween the electrical conductivity of rocks and temperature. Therefore, measurements of deep conductivity can provide knowledge of the present state and temperature of the Earth's crust and upper mantle matter. Infor­ mation about the temperature of the Earth's interior in the remote past is derived from heat flow data. Experimental investigation of water-containing rocks has revealed a pronounced increase of electrical conductivity in the temperature range D from 500 to 700 DC which may be attributed to the beginning of fractional melting. Hence, anomalies of electrical conductivity may be helpful in identitying zones of melting and dehydration. The studies of these zones are perspective in the scientific research of the mobile areas of the Earth's crust and upper mantle where tectonic movements, processes ofthe region­ al metamorphism and of forming mineral deposits are most intensive. Thus, in the whole set of research on physics of the Earth the studies of electrical conductivity of deep-seated rocks appear, beyond doubt, very important.