Special features of distribution of seismic waves propagation velocity in the Earth crust in the area of uranium deposits (Kirovograd ore area of Ingul megablock of the Ukrainian Shield)
Keywords:velocity deficit, Earths crust, uranium deposits, Kirovograd ore area
Principal possibility of detailed study of velocity characteristics of crystalline Earth crust in the areas of uranium deposits has been shown. By comparison with geologic data an assumption has been expressed on increased concentration of sodium metasomatites and uranium ores at a depth of 0—4 km. Complicated correlations have been revealed between the velocities in the Earth¢s crust of uranium deposits and in the areas outside them that is an evidence of special features of velocity distribution in the Earth crust of uranium deposits.
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