Statistische Zusammenhange zwischen elektrischer Leitfahigkeitsverteilung und Bruchtektonik in Transdanubien (Westungarn).

Translated title of the contribution: ( Statistical connections between the distribution of electrical conductivity and fracture tectonics in Transdanubien, Western Hungary).

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Abstract

The paper discusses the distribution of electrical conductivity in fracture zones. In particular deals with the conductive anomaly in Transdanubien. First, using statistical methods, the author examines the magneto-tellurian sounding curves which produce distortionless information, in the most changeable geological and topographical conditions. He ascertains that the sq root min curves produce the most likely parameters for zones with good conductivity. This property, along with the connection between the anisotropy of the distribution of conductivity and the linear tectonics of the region, invites the conclusion that the Transdanubien conductive anomaly is connected with the fracture systems which originated during the Alpine mountain formation cycle.-P.Cooke

Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)97-113
Number of pages17
JournalActa Geodaetica, Geophysica et Montanistica
Volume16
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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Hungary
Tectonics
electrical conductivity
tectonics
conductivity
anomalies
anomaly
electrical resistivity
curves
sounding
fracture zone
mountains
Statistical methods
Anisotropy
anisotropy
cycles
mountain
distribution
Electric Conductivity
method

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