Kulinich Ruslan

Kulinich Ruslan
Pacific Oceanological Institute · Department of Geology and Geophysics

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The article summarizes the results of research aimed at study the possible reactivation of the fault system in the Earth's crust of the South China Sea with likely dangerous consequences for the coastal area of Vietnam. The research was carried out over several years with the publication of interim results. The solution to this problem required the...
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This article summarizes the results of research on the possible reactivation of the fault system in the Earth's crust of the South China Sea with likely dangerous consequences for the coastal area of Vietnam. The research was carried out over several years with the publication of interim results. The solution to this problem required the determinat...
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Marine gravimetric studies were carry out in the waters of the Sea of Japan and the Tatar Strait. Maps of the gravitational field of the earth were completed, structural density modeling was executed, the depth of the Mohorovičić discontinuity was determined.
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Abstract The gravitational stresses caused by the density inhomogeneity of the Earth's crust in the Central Kuriles area are calculated. The general trend of the spatial variation of the stress field and its local perturbations due to the structural and density differentiation of the Earth’s crust were revealed. It is concluded that there are areas...
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In recent years, the satellite altimeter technology allows to enhance the marine investigation in any area. Up to now, many scientific studies have attempted to improve the accuracy and resolution of altimeter-derived gravity anomalies and have produced a gravity grid with interval of 1' × 1' for most the oceans all over the world. However, this gr...
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The modern gravimetry methods are capable of measuring gravity with an accuracy of up to 10–10 of the normal value, which is commensurate with the accuracy of the up-to-date methods of displacement measurements by satellite geodesy. Significant changes, e.g., in the coseismic displacements of the Earth’s surface are recorded in the zones of large e...
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The results of reinterpretation of the geophysical data obtained during the study of the central sector of the Kuril Island Arc (2005–2010) are reported. The new boundaries of the shallow bedding of the basement and its block uplifts of varied composition are defined within the previously discovered zone of tectonic stretching and destruction of th...
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The paper is focused on different kinds of gravity results obtained in Shults Cape Observatory for 2010–2015. Gravity observation is interpreted together with GPS observation data which was obtained from 2012 to 2015 at the same station. The station is situated on Gamov peninsular (42.58° N, 131.15° E, Russia) at the coast of Japan Sea. This region...
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ISSN 1819_7140, Russian Journal of Pacific Geology, 2015, Vol. 9, No. 6, pp. 439–450. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2015. Original Russian Text © R.G. Kulinich, M.G. Valitov, Z.N. Proshkina, 2015, published in Tikhookeanskaya Geologiya, 2015, Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 45–56. 439 A Comparative Analysis of the Seismic and Density Models for the Earth’s Cru...
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This work presents the results of the measurements of absolute gravity value g obtained over four field seasons in 2010–2013 at marine expeditionary station of Pacific Oceanological Institute at Shults Cape of Gamov peninsular (42.58° N, 131.15° E, Russia). The measurements revealed that during the first year the absolute g at the measurement point...
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GPS observation and tidal measurement were developed at Far East Russian during last ten years. This work presents the results of complex gravity observation performed at Shults Cape, Gamov peninsula (42.58°N, 131.15°E), Russia. Absolute laser gravimeter GABL type and LCR type relative gravimeter used for measurement. To investigate the accuracy of...
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The joint geological–geophysical expedition of the Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute (Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Vladivostok) and the Shirshov Institute of Oceanology (Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow) carried out during Cruise 37 of the R/V Akademik M.A. Lavrent'ev in 2005 revealed a destructive riftogenic zo...
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We present a geoelectric model for the northern part of the Gulf of Tonkin in the South China Sea,which was developed for the first time based on the data of magnetotelluric studies carried out in 2012–2013. The existence of a regionally developed anisotropic conducting fractured horizon and a steeply dipping electrically conductive fault zones is...
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This work presents the results of complex gravity observation performed at Shults Cape, Gamov peninsula (42.58°N,131.15°E), Russia. Absolute laser gravimeter GABL type and Scintrex type relative gravimeter were used for measurement.To investigate the accuracy of tidal corrections we compared the observed tidal parameters of the main tidal waves O1...
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New data on the fluid lithospheric regime in the junction zone of the continent and the marginal seas are presented. For the first time, this problem was solved by the comprehensive interpretation of the geophysical methods, including magnetotelluric and geomagnetic-variation sounding, unique investigations of the variations of the electric field a...
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This work presents the results of complex gravity observation performed at Shults Cape, Gamov peninsula (42.58˚N, 131.15˚E), Russia. Absolute laser gravimeter GABL type and Scintrex type relative gravimeter were used for measurement. To investigate the accuracy of tidal corrections we compared the observed tidal parameters of the main tidal waves O...
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Based on the combined analysis of the seismologic and other geophysical data (the gravity and magnetic fields and the acoustic basement topography), it was revealed that the largest earthquakes that occurred in the region of the Central Kuril Islands in 2006, 2007, and 2009 were related to the block structure of the Earth’s crust. The aftershocks o...
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The combined gravimetric, altimetric, and seismic data used for calculating the crust thickness beneath the Sea of Japan revealed its different types in this region: oceanic and continental with different degrees of destruction. It is shown that the crust thickness derived from satellite altimetry is well consistent with that calculated from the da...
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Seven zircon fission-track ages and 30 magnetic susceptibilities were measured on welded pyroclastic rocks from the Bogopol and Sijanov Groups of the Cretaceous to Paleogene volcanic rocks in the southeastern part of the eastern Sikhote Alin volcano-plutonic belt, Far East Russia. The fission-track ages range from 42. 7 Ma to 64. O Ma which indicat...
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The results of the cruise of R/V Akademik M.A. Lavrentiev conducted by the Pacific Institute of Oceanology, Far East Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences in August to September 2005 are considered. The aim of the works was to specify the tectonic structure, seismogenic pot...
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The method of revealing probable areas of future strong earthquakes (“seismic gaps”) was first proposed with the Kuril‐Kamchatka island arc (KKA) as an example [1]. The method is based on the following principle: sources of the strongest ( M ≥ 7.7) earthquakes have a significant tendency not to overlap each other. Based on this principle, potential...
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We present palaeomagnetic results from Lower Cretaceous rocks in Bikin area of the Alchan basin (46.5°N, 134.7°E), Sikhote Alin orogenic belt, Far Eastern Russia. A high-temperature magnetization component with maximum unblocking temperatures at about 590°C was isolated from six sites of dacite welded tuffs in the Albian Alchanskaya Formation. The...
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In 1996, an airgun-ocean bottom seismometer survey was carried out in the northern part of the central Japan Basin. The crustal thickness in the central part is about 9 km, including a sedimentary layer with thickness of 1.5 km, and increases eastward. The obtained crustal structure is slightly different from those of typical ocean basins. The thic...
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Four distinct components of natural remanent magnetization were isolated from a single site in welded tuffs in the Upper Cretaceous Kisin Group of the Sikhote Alin mountain range, Russia. In order to contribute toward a basis for an interpretation of multicomponent magnetization, rock magnetic experiments were performed on the welded tuffs. All fou...
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We present palaeomagnetic results from Late Cretaceous welded tuffs in the Kisin Group (Monastirskaya Suite, Primorskaya Series) collected at 27 sites from the Sikhote Alin mountain range. A high unblocking temperature magnetization component (>590°C) was isolated after stepwise thermal demagnetization from 25 sites. Combined with previously report...
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We present paleomagnetic results of Paleocene welded tuffs of the 53–50 Ma Bogopol Group from the northern region (46°N, 137°E) of the Sikhote Alin volcanic belt. Characteristic paleomagnetic directions with high unblocking temperature components above 560 °C were isolated from all the sites. A tilt-corrected mean paleomagnetic direction from the n...
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Выполнено гравитационное моделирование и рассчитано геодинамическое состояние земной коры вдоль широтного профиля (21.5 град. северной широты), протягивающегося от Западно-Филиппинской котловины до Южно-Китайского моря. Полученные результаты позволяют сделать вывод, что многие особенности современной геодинамики этого района определяются его собств...
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The Japan Sea is a back-arc basin in the northwestern Pacific and is now one of the most well studied marginal seas in the world in terms of its seismic crustal structure. The Japan Sea seems to possess areas of various stages of back-arc opening process. Understanding of each stage is critical in reconstructing the back-arc opening process. One of...
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Gravitational modeling was carried out on the basis of the results of geophysical research of recent years and the geodynamic state of the crust in the northwestern part of the Sea of Japan was computed. Crustal zoning was made more precise on the basis of the genetic types along a profile extending from the South Primorie shelf across the submarin...
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Welded tuffs in the Upper Cretaceous Kisin Group have been collected for paleomagnetic study from 24 sites in Sikhote Alin, eastern Russia. Normal paleomagnetic directions from 11 sites are regarded as primary directions, whereas reversed paleomagnetic directions from 13 sites are ascribed to secondary origin. The normal directions of the Kisin Gro...
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Abstract To the northeast of Taiwan, northwestward subduction of the Philippine Sea plate is occurring beneath the Eurasian plate along the Ryukyu Trench. The Ryukyu Trench, which is well defined along the northeastern part of the Ryukyu arc, cannot be easily defined west of 123° east. This is an area where the Gagua Ridge (whose origin is controve...
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To the northeast of Taiwan, northwestward subduction of the Philippine Sea plate is occurring beneath the Eurasian plate along the Ryukyu Trench. The Ryukyu Trench, which is well defined along the northeastern part of the Ryukyu arc, cannot be easily defined west of 123 grad. east. This is an area where the Gagua Ridge (whose origin is controversia...
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Welded tuffs in the Bogopol and Sijanov groups were sampled at 27 sites from 12 caldera formations in the Sikhote Alin mountain range around Kavalerovo (44.3°N, 135.0°E) for chronological and paleomagnetic studies. KAr age dates show that the welded tuffs erupted between 66 Ma and 46 Ma. All sites yield reliable paleomagnetic directions, with unblo...

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