On substantiation of mechanism of lateral extrusion of the crust of the Mountain Crimea
Keywords:Southwest Mountain Crimea, lateral extrusion, seismicity
Numerical modeling of the crust deformations in the section of the Southwest Crimea subjected to rear indentor compression from the side of the East-Black Sea depression has been fulfilled taking into account regularities of seismic activity distribution. As a result mechanism of lateral extrusion has been specified, thrust-fault of orogen to the West-Black Sea depression is predicted.
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