Institute of Geophysics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine at the beginning of the XXI century: results of fundamental and applied research
AbstractThe results of the main theoretical and experimental research carried out in the NAS of Ukraine in Institute of Geophysics and its departments - Carpathian Department (Lviv) and Poltava Gravimetric Observatory (Poltava) are given. These results were obtained within the framework of fulfillment of the scientific areas defined according to the NAS of Ukraine departmental issues in the years 2001-2013. The material is provided in the form of annotation summarizing scientific works published during this period in periodic national and international journals, monographs and materials of international scientific conferences on important issues of geological and geophysical sciences. The research geography has not been limited by the territory of Ukraine and includes many regions of the world (including the West Antarctic) with an aim of comparison of tectonic and geologic evolution of individual structures in Ukraine with the structures of other regions, which is an important part of the development of a strategy for mineral prospecting.
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