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Abstract

The results of geophysical observations show that crust has a complicated layered structure.<br>These layers are characterized by the attenuation of seismic waves, their reduced velocities and<br>increased conductivity. The seismic waves are propagating through these layers as through<br>waveguides. The waveguides and faults under consideration are displaced in 10-15 km and 0-10 km<br>intervals accordingly. In this report the geomechamic models of these waveguides and faults above<br>them are considered. Such approach give an opportunity to propose the concept of fluid movement in<br>the upper crust.

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2003-09-01
2020-04-05
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