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The study of the dynamic of the magnetic field is an important tool for the identification of regional tectonics active zones and faults. The main task of the present study is to identify the dynamic changes of the magnetic field, the deep structure and the latest tectonics in the junction zone of the Carpathian Foredeep and the East-European Platform. The genetic relation of the magnetic field with the oil and gas fields at the Carpathian region is considered. The significant changes of the local magnetic field and the occurrence of the dynamic magnetic anomalies of ΔΔT with the amplitude from −1.1 to 3.4 nT per year were registered. These anomalies are related to the deep faults (Carpathian Foredeep Fault, Rava-Ruska Fault). The results of soil magnetic studies distinguished three patches: the Southern part of the Carpathian Foredeep with higher MS values, the Carpathian Foredeep and transition to the Rava-Ruska Zone through the Gorodok fault with high dispersi on of the MS, the Lviv Paleozoic Depression with minor MS differentiation and low values. The results of the magnetic mineralogical analysis confirmed the presence of the significant amount of paramagnetic minerals in soils.

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