E3S Web Conf.
Volume 169, 2020Actual Problems of Ecology and Environmental Management: Cooperation for Sustainable Development and Environmental Safety (APEEM 2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||19 May 2020|
Dangerous geodynamic processes of the Eastern Orenburg
Orenburg Federal Research Сenter, UB RAS, Orenburg, Russia
2 NUST MISIS College of Mining, Moscow, Russia
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The article raises a problem of dangerous geodynamic processes taking place in the eastern part of Orenburg region. The analysis of subsoil geodynamic state of Orenburg region is completed. Effective monitoring of geodynamic processes in the eastern part of Orenburg region using a seismological network is proposed and justified. Seismic events with a magnitude of ML> 2.0 are confidently recorded on this territory as well as subsidence of land surface reaching 50 cm per year. According to long-term monitoring of seismic events in the eastern part of the Orenburg region, a repetition schedule of seismic events was constructed. It allowed us to make a conclusion of the reason for increased geodynamic activity in this region is high technogenic load on geological environment. To study abnormally high seismic activity in the East Orenburg region, it is necessary to create a seismological network of 3-4 seismic stations in the territory of seismic activity in the Gaysky and Novooorsky districts near the cities of Orsk and Gai, Iriklinskaya State District Power Station and Iriklinskoye Reservoir. This will help to identify seismic activity causes and sources, level of danger, help to develop measures for reducing seismicity and increase the security of specific objects of society, industry and energy.
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