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New evidence of amber endogenous genesisNormal access

Authors: N.A. Yakymchuk, S.P. Levashov and I.N. Korchagin
Event name: 18th International Conference on Geoinformatics - Theoretical and Applied Aspects
Session: Geoinformation Researches for Mineral Exploration
Publication date: 15 May 2019
DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.201902017
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 2.61Mb )
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Summary:
The results of experimental studies using the technology of frequency-resonance processing of satellite images within the amber mining sites in the Kaliningrad (Russia) and Rovno (Ukraine) regions are analyzed. Within the surveyed areas, vertical channels of migration of fluids and mineral matter were found, the roots of which were recorded at a depth of 470 km. The presence of only sedimentary groups of rocks was established in the contours of the channels; responses from igneous and metamorphic rocks were not recorded. Vertical scanning signals at the resonant frequencies of amber were recorded from depths of 1-2 m to 57 km. Signals at the resonant frequencies of amber, oil, condensate, gas, and coal were also recorded from the surface. The results of experimental studies conducted on local sites for the extraction of amber can be considered as such, which testifies in favor of deep (abiogenic) synthesis of this mineral in the process of hydrogen degassing of the Earth. Direct search frequency-resonance method of processing satellite images can be used to search for amber.


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