Accession Number : AD0650765
Title : TECTONICS OF THE PAMIRS AND TIEN SHAN.
Descriptive Note : Technical trans.,
Corporate Author : AERONAUTICAL CHART AND INFORMATION CENTER ST LOUIS MO LINGUISTIC SECTION
Personal Author(s) : Peive,A. V. ; Gubin,I. E. ; Garetskii,R. G.
Report Date : APR 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 322
Abstract : Contents: Tectonics of the Pamirs; Structural-facies subzones of the central and southeastern pamirs; Tectonic distribution of granitoid instrusions of the Pamirs (basic principles); The main tectonic line of the pamirs; The specific features of the history of development of the pamirs in alpine time, and its present tectonic structure; The tectonic nature of the western part of the pamirs-himalaya-kunlun neotectonic uplift; Tectonics of the centralasiatic intermountain areas in connection with their oil and gas contents; The Verkhne (Upper)-Amu Darya depression as an example of an activated platform in connection with problems of oil and gas contents; Certain features of the tectonics of the tadzhik depression in connection with oil and gas contents; Certain characteristics of the abyssal tectonics of the Tadzhik depression, according to geophysical data; On the problem of the tectonic structure of Fergana and the laws governing the distribution of folds in Mesozoic and Cenozoic deposits; Basic features of the abyssal geological structure of the eastern part of the Fergana depression, according to data of geophysical research; Nuclei and internuclear zones of middle Asia as basis of its geological zonation; Tectonic zonation of the Gissar-Alai (Southern Tien Shan) folded area in the hercynian structure; Basic formation stages of the western part of Tien Shan (Central Tadzhikistan) paleozoic geosyncline; The Northern Tien Shan fracture.
Descriptors : (*MOUNTAINS, *STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY), OROGENY, STRATIGRAPHY, ROCK, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, DEPOSITS, FOLDS(GEOLOGY), FAULTS(GEOLOGY), ASIA, USSR, CHINA, AFGHANISTAN, SEISMOLOGY
Subject Categories : Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE