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The paper discusses the results of the study of karst processes by geophysical methods. In examining of karst processes it is important to find out the features of their structure but it should always be remembered that karst-prone rocks, as a rule, have the various combination of contrasted boundaries sometimes with a high gradient of physical properties. Analysis of karst zones suggests that it is not always possible to obtain reliable and sufficient information using just one geophysical parameter. Therefore, mapping of rocks that were impacted by karst should be performed by a wide range of geophysical methods. To study karst processes, electrometry, magnetometry, thermometry, gamma surveying and some other geophysical methods are used. High resolution and efficiency of geophysical methods in the study of karst processes has been proved in many examples in different regions of the country, including areas that are under man-made impact. We have intention to present an example of geophysical studies performed at the Lubenske deposit of native sulfur in the Lviv region.

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2020-05-11
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