A LINK BETWEEN SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE ACTIVE TECTONIC DISLOCATION AND GROUNDWATER WATER RESOURCES IN THE BAIKAL-STANOVAYA SHEAR ZONE

The article consist of two parts. In the beginning we show the results of comprehensive research of tectonic settings in Baikal-Stanovaya shear zone. This high seismic geological structure develops in the south margin of the Siberian platform. By interpretation geological and geophysical data we suppose that the Baikal-Stanovaya shear zone has the segmented main fault which can be mapped from the lake of Baikal to the Okhotsk sea. Complex and developed net of the secondary faults can be interpreted by left-lateral theoretical model of deformation ellipsoid. In the second part of article we describes the necessity to consider the data of tectonic studies when conducting hydrogeological zoning of the territory. The results of the study of the mutual distribution of the mapped tectonic disturbances of the Baikal-Stanovaya regional shear zone with established kinematic characteristics and sources of groundwater in the region are presented. It was found that the areas of underground waters are drawn to areas of tectonic tension discharge having predominant faults with shear and thrust-shear kinematics. The results of this research are actual for improving safety in mining Forthemore, this study has additional information for hydrogeological zonation.

For citation: Ageev A. S., Ilaliva R. K., Duryagina A. M., Talovina I. V. A link between spatial distribution of the active tectonic dislocation and groundwater water resources in the Baikal-Stanovaya shear zone. Gornyy informatsionno-analiticheskiy byulleten'. 2019;5:173-180. [In Russ]. DOI: 10.25018/0236-1493-2019-05-0-173-180.

 

 

Keywords

Tectonics, the Baikal-Stanovaya shear zone, strike-slip faults, interpretation of geological-geophysical data, seismology, focal mechanisms, hydrogeological zoning, mineral water sources.

Issue number: 5
Year: 2019
ISBN: 0236-1493
UDK: 551.243.8
DOI: 10.25018/0236-1493-2019-05-0-173-180
Authors: Ageev A. S., Ilalova R. K., Duryagina A. M., Talovina I. V.

About authors: A.S. Ageev, Assistant of Chair, e-mail: ageev_as@pers.spmi.ru, ageev.alesha2011@yandex.ru, R.K. Ilalova, Assistant of Chair, I.V. Talovina, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Acting Head of Chair, A.M. Duryagina, Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Assistant Professor, Saint-Petersburg Mining University, 199106, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Corresponding author: A.S. Ageev, e-mail: ageev_as@pers.spmi.ru.

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