The different effects (temperature, fluids, tectonics) that play a role in the generation of the crustal conductivity anomalies (CA) are taken into account to be able to distinguish between typical conducting zones. In addition to a general depth distribution of the CA-s described by Ádám's empirical relation (first type CA), the data show that along some linear deep fractures in East-Central Europe the CA-s are at shallower depths probably due to an increase of the crack porosity in these zones (second type CA).
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- Astronomy and Astrophysics
- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)
- Space and Planetary Science