Accession Number : AD0762830
Title : Crustral Structure of Central and Southeastern Europe (From Explosion Seismology Data),
Corporate Author : DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY AEROSPACE CENTER ST LOUIS MO TECHNICAL TRANSLATION BRANCH
Personal Author(s) : Sollogub,V. B. ; Prosen,D. ; Militzer,H.
Report Date : FEB 1973
Pagination or Media Count : 380
Abstract : The work represents the first attempt to sum up the study of the crustal structure in Central and Southeastern Europe. A considerable place in the work is occupied by purely seismic questions: the carrying out of field investigations, the analysis of wave fields, the study of the nature of specific waves, the determination of laws in the variation of speed with depth, etc. A description is presented of all the international profiles intersecting the main geological regions of Southeastern Europe. As a result of the generalization of all the materials, an attempt was undertaken for the construction of deep-seated structural schemes of the earth's crust and the establishment of connections between the deep-seated and near-surface structures. The sources of formation of specific geological megastructures and other theoretical problems of geology are considered.
Descriptors : (*EASTERN EUROPE, *STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY), BULGARIA, HUNGARY, EAST GERMANY, POLAND, RUMANIA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, YUGOSLAVIA, USSR, SEISMIC WAVES, MOHOROVICIC DISCONTINUITY
Subject Categories : Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE