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This work is recognised to the influence of tectonics on the process of coalification. Two folded zones from Sakhalin and the vicinity of Mt. Elbrus are studied with the coal formation sampling. The results of this work show the significant impact of the thrusts and folded zones on the S2, S1, Tmax and other Rock-Eval parameters. Some noticable patterns of parameters changing in geological section are discussed.

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2018-04-09
2020-07-15
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