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Problems associated with investigating petroleum potential transition zones of the Russian Arctic shelf


, : Problems associated with investigating petroleum potential transition zones of the Russian Arctic shelf. Geologiya Nefti i Gaza 2000(6): 2-7

Geological construction and natural conditions of transit zones are distinguished from adjoining areas of land and moore by particularities, which greatly complicate an undertaking the geological surveys. Made conclusion that in spite of methodical and technological difficulties, study and mastering of transit zones will become one of the leading directions of oil and gas investigations on shelves in the near future.

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