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FSBI "VNIIOkeangeologia"

Laboratory of the Multilevel geophysical monitoring
Palamarchuk Vasily Klimentievich

Head of laboratory of the Multilevel Geophysical Monitoring

The main goals are

The laboratory uses three main units

  1. Aero Geophysical Laboratory
  2. Marine Geophysical Laboratory
  3. Ground Mobile Seismic Laboratory

The laboratory addresses the following goals through these three main units:

  1. Aerial magnetic survey and gravitational survey using the "Magnit" Aero Geophysical Laboratory.
  2. Assessment of hazardous geodynamic processes in the transit zone.
  3. Assessment of landslides.
  4. Assessment of man-made influence activity on geological, industrial and civilian objects through the method of acoustic emission.
  5. Search for mineral ore deposits.
  6. Search for oil fields.
  7. Search for secondary oil deposits.
  8. Engineering and geological survey: - research on the status of hydraulic facilities; - study of the integrity of underground communications; - search for aquifers;
  9. Seismological studies: - mapping the heterogeneity of the upper part of the geological section; - mapping of weak tectonic violations and fracture zones (search and monitoring of "living" fractures); - seismic zoning of landslide territories.

The laboratory has a unique set of geophysical equipment:

  1. Magnetometric system: Modular and vector magnetometers;
  2. Gravimetric system: The "Chekan AM" gravimeter;
  3. GPS-JAVAD-Lexon GGD 112-T data receiver;
  4. A marine towed proton precession magnetometer/ SEA SPY gradiometer;
  5. A Sonic broadband seismoacoustic profilograph;
  6. E-14-440 acoustic recorder and acoustic sensors: - The "Gnom" station - piezoceramic transducer -"Cherepashka" seismoacoustic station
  7. AM-2M Magnetometer-Gradiometer
  8. MMP-203MS Proton magnetometer (foot)
  9. The "Grot" and "Loza" electromagnetic georadars;
  10. SDRV
  11. SDRV-E
  12. Era-Trassa
  13. RGA-500 Emanometer

The laboratory has received 22 patents for inventions.

Further research projects

International cooperation: