The Aleksandrovskoye Plato, having the area of about 1 km2, is situated on the border of Kaluga and Smolensk Regions (Central Russia) on the left bank of the Ugra River (left tributary of the Oka River) near the mouth of the Vorya River. The glacial sediments properties on the Plato are peculiar in some in some features. The grains of sediment rocks are oriented differently in different rock varieties and in different locations in the geological cross-section (Lavrushin, 1992). This results in physical properties difference depending on the spatial direction, particularly, in resistivity anisotropy.


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