GEOLOGY & METHODICS OF PROSPECT & EXPLORATION OF DEPOSITS
УДК 553.495.041:551.263 (571.53)
Makariev L.B. (FGUP VSEGEI) // firstname.lastname@example.org
Mironov Yu.B. (FGUP VSEGEI) // email@example.com
Korobeinikov N.K. (FGUNPGP Irkutskgeofizika) // firstname.lastname@example.org
ECONOMIC URANIUM POTENTIAL OF THE TONODA RISE (BAIKAL-PATOM UPLAND)
Economic uranium potential of the Tonoda Rise, an uplift of the Karelian base among ripheids of the Cisbaikal-Patom marginal system, is discussed after analyzing recent data on geology and metallogeny of the Baikal-Patom Upland. Ore and potentially ore clusters and rock associations have been described, and ore promising prospects recommended for further study have been identified.
Key words: uranium, Karelian, Riphean, ore clusters, rock associations, epochs, Baikal-Paton Upland, Cisbaikal-Patom marginal system, Tonoda Rise.
Shabashev V.Ya. (FSUE «GIGKHS») // email@example.com
PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE PROSPECTS OF BASICROCKS OF A RIVER BASIN MINDUNNA ON APATITE
Comparative analysis of the search criteria and prerequisites helps identify promising sites for discovering new deposits of apatites type oshurkovs.
Key words: deposits, apatite, search criteria.
УДК: 549.67:553.041 (470.332)
Burov A.I., Purtov V.Yu. (NPC «Search») // firstname.lastname@example.org
Meskhi A.M., Naumkina N.I. (FSUE «TSNIIgeolnerud»)
ON ABOUT CEOLITE-CONTAINING ROCKS SMOLENSK REGION
The regularities of zeolite mineralization in sedimentary Mesozoic deposits of Smolensk region are studied. The two zeolitebearing lithologic-stratigraphic levels are allocated: Turonian and Coniacia-Santonian. Deposits of zeolitecontaining rocks are studied.
Key words: zeolitecontaining rocks, litologic-stratigraphic levels, gaizes, Smolensk region.
Los V.L. (Mining Economic Consulting company Ltd, Kazakhstan) // email@example.com
Abramson G.Ya. (Interesources Pty Ltd, Australia) // firstname.lastname@example.org
Goldberg I.S. (Interesources Pty Ltd, Australia) // email@example.com
Nazarov V.N. (Ltd «Kazzinc», Kazakhstan) // firstname.lastname@example.org
THE IONEX TECHNOLOGY DURING THE EXPECTED AND SEARCH WORKS (ORE ALTAI)
Discusses the theoretical background and the general operations of the geochemical forecasting and search technology IONEX, based on the mapping of fields of concentration of elements. Shows a large-scale staging of works in Leningori Zyryanovsky areas (Ore Altai). The main results of the work: the identification of new metallogenic patterns, discovering a new geochemist-metallogenic zone (Narym), the selection of promising new areas and sites.
Key words: metallogeny, the search for ore deposits, geochemical technologies, loosely held form elements, Ore Altai.
Morozov A.F. // email@example.com
Shkatov M.Yu. (JSC «Sevmorgeo») // firstname.lastname@example.org
Korneev O.Yu. (JSC «Sevmorgeo») // email@example.com
Kashubin S.N. // firstname.lastname@example.org
COMPLEX GEOLOGICAL AND GEOPHYSICAL EXPEDITION «ARCTIC-2012» FOR CONTINENTAL NATURE DEFINITION OF THE MENDELEEV RISE IN ARCTIC OCEAN
In this paper present the main stages of the expedition preparation and her fulfillment and, also, obtained results of the onboard and coast data processing. Presented, that first time in the World the Paleozoic crust drilling was fulfilled by the Russian bottom drill and the deep seismic investigation was fulfilled higher 77° n.l. using bottom measurement boxes (the both type of the equipment was developed in JSC «Sevmorgeo»). The first time in Russia the scientific naval submarine were used for searching of the scarps on the bottom.
Key words: scarps, scientific naval submarine, Paleozoic crust bottom drilling, deep seismic investigation, bottom boxes.
Belyavskiy V.V. (CGEMR IPE RAS) // email@example.com
Goydina A.G. (CGEMR IPE RAS) // firstname.lastname@example.org
REFLECTION OF METALOGENETIC ZONES KUZNETSK – ALATAU OF FOLDED AREA IN ELECTROMAGNETIC AND SEISMIC FIELDS
Received in Kuznetsk – Alatau of folded area methods of exchange waves of earthquakes and magnetotelluric sounding the information has allowed to estimate distribution SiO2 and fluid-filled rock nontight zones of a bark. Last is connected to zones of a polymetallic mineralization formations Batenevsk massif, and areas of the top and bottom bark are characterized lowered distribution SiO2.
Key words: fluid-filled rock, magnetotelluric sounding, speeds of exchange waves, SiO2 distribution.
HYDROGEOLOGY & GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
Ostrovskiy V.N. (VSUE «VSEGINGEO»)
Ostrovskiy A.V. (JSC «31 GPISS») // email@example.com
LEGEND TO THE MAP OF HYDROGEOLOGICAL ZONING OF THE FREE WATER EXCHANGE ZONE
During the last decades the zoning of groundwater basins is being made exclusively according to the structural-hydrogeological principle, which is not sufficiently adequately for maps of the free water exchange zone (FWEZ), because fresh groundwater is formed mainly under influence of physical-geographical factors: territory humidity, permafrost, evaporation, etc. The FWEZ peculiarity in Russia is determined, to a certain extent, by predominance of moisture transfer. For the first time two rows of zoning are proposed to use for compiling FWEZ maps: structural-hydrogeological and landscape-hydrogeological. The methodology for zoning of the both rows is developed, which gives the possibility to show on the map integratedly an influence of geologic-structural and landscape-zonal factors upon distribution of fresh groundwater resource potential. The developed methodology has been realized on the example of the FWEZ schematic map of European part of the Russian Federation.
Key words: zone of free water exchange, structural-hydrogeological row, landscape-hydrogeological row, groundwater resource potential.
Neklyudov V.V. (Vilyuy research station of the Institute of permafrost SB RAS) // firstname.lastname@example.org
IDENTIFICATION OF THE ENGINEERING GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES OF PERMAFROST ROCKS BY MEANS OF NONSTANDART ENGINEERING SEISMIC METHODS
The seismic way for estimation of engineering and geological environment structure of test area by using of data of technogenic microseisms is suggested. This way does not require the use of shock and explosive sources, which significantly increases the economy of seismic work in permafrost. The main applications – monitoring of state of ground dams of hydroelectric stations. It is shown that the wave field of the hydro turbine can be processed, for example, by application of seismic migration procedures.
Key words: engineering geocriological structure, traps, xenoliths, engineering seismic, microseisms, the definition of the geological structure, absorption of microseisms energy, seismic migration.
Umanskiy V.P., Evdokimov V.A., Bugaev A.A., Brodnikovskiy M.P., Baschenko O.A., Naydich Yu.V. (IPM National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), Tartasyuk A.D. (State-Owned Enterprise «Kirovgeologiya»)
PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SAMPLES DIAMOND-HARD-ALLOY SIMULATING IMPREGNATED DIAMOND LAYER OF DRILL BITS
The results of laboratory test samples consisting of diamond grains of different quality, degree of granularity and fixing in the matrix. The composition of samples simulated diamond layer of drill bits and methods of testing simulated the conditions of the crown. It is shown that in the case of small diamonds increase of the fixing degree can increase the supply of up to 3 times, a specific tunneling of up to 28 times and reduce the specific consumption of diamonds of up to 8 times. All properties are steadily growing with the increasing concentration of diamonds. The quality of the diamonds fixing significantly increased the impact on the drill velocity and specific driving of diamonds concentration increasing in the composite. The use of large diamonds reduced impact of the diamonds fixing quality on specific driving and specific consumption of diamonds to 2 and 2.5 times, respectively. The samples, were fitted with chrome-plated synthetic diamond brand АС400 500/400 at a concentration of 125 %, had the highest performance.
Key words: adhesion, diamond, endurance capability, wear hardness, diamondiferous layer, drill bit.
MANAGEMENT & ECONOMICS
Denisov M.N., Komarov M.A. (NC VIEMS) // email@example.com
THE GEOLOGICAL AND ECONOMICAL ASSESSMENT OF RISKS OF INVESTMENTS INTO PROSPECTING AND EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL ACTIVITIES
The article discusses the importance of risk of investments into exploration activities. The article defines the sources of risk at the engineering stage and its influence on decision-making at the prospecting stage. The article also considers the rate of return of a mining enterprise and probability of risk of its deviation from the assumed value.
Key words: investments, mining exploration, assessment of risks, engineering.
Alekseev V.M., Farrahov E.G. (Russian Geological Society) // firstname.lastname@example.org
LABOR COMPENSATION AT ENTERPRISES OF THE USE OF SUBSURFACE RESOURCES
Some problems are considered in organization of payroll management at the enterprises of subsurface resources use. Case study on average monthly wage rate of production workers from the 40 enterprises of subsurface use belonged to different forms of incorporation and sorts of activities (geological exploration, research institutes, etc.) is carried out in intersectoral and regional view.
Key words: enterprises of subsurface resources use, geological exploration, labor compensation of production workers, average monthly wage rate.
BOWELS PROTECTION & ECOLOGY
Yastrebkov A.Yu. (FSUGE «Hydrospetzgeologiya») // email@example.com
Zakharova E.V. (Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS) // firstname.lastname@example.org
Rodygina N.I.(Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS) // // email@example.com
Kamenskiy K.A. (The Institute for Physics and Power Engineering) // firstname.lastname@example.org
Poplavko V.Ya.(The Institute for Physics and Power Engineering) // email@example.com
GEOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE NEAR-SURFACE RADIOACTIVE WASTE STORAGE FACILITY OF THE IPPE
The paper presents the results of geological environment impact assessment of the near-surface radioactive waste storage facility of the Institute for Physics and Power Engineering named after A.I. Leypunsky (IPPE). The specific activity of 90Sr and 137Cs in groundwater of the upper aquifer on the site is below the existing radiation safety standards for drinking water (4,9 and 11 Bq/kg respectively). Radioactive contamination of the rocks, contoured with isolines of the specific activity of 90Sr 1000 Bq/kg and 137Cs 100 Bq/kg is located in the vadoze zone and extended to a depth of 8 m; the volume of contaminated rocks is 2230 m3. The results of the research were used in the project of decommissioning of the radwaste storage facility for reasoning of the amount of work on excavation of contaminated rocks and for safe handling of radioactive waste and contaminated rocks.
Key words: near-surface radwaste storage facility, decommissioning project, radioactive contamination of rocks, strontium-90, cesium-137.