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Summary

There are lots of emergency emissions of petroleum products from technological systems due to the shelling by russian troops of Ukrainian critical infrastructure. This leads to contamination of groundwater horizon, soils and rocks. If a significant amount of oil products on the surface of the groundwater, a man-made lens of petroleum products may form. The geometric parameters of this lens are determined by the features of the geological and hydrogeological structure of the upper part of section. In order to identify features of the upper part of section, it is necessary to perform comprehensive detailed geophysical surveys. The choice of a rational set of geophysical methods for the study of petroleum contamination in certain geological and geophysical conditions is made on the basis of a priori geological and geophysical models. There are no examples of the use of geophysical research methods in the areas of the destroyed oil objects of critical infrastructure as a result of shelling by russian troops. However, an example of successful use of the set terrestrial geophysical surveys for the study of contamination of the geological environment is the results of works in the area of the “Olexandria” botanical garden and the former air base “Uzyn”. In future, results of these works should be performed on the objects of damaged petroleum infrastructure.

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