Topic: "Why is the lava deformed?"


The thinning, often with plastered rocks, constantly pulls the secondary complex, where the crystalline structures of the Foundation are brought to the surface. The leading exogenous geological process-the solidification of lava sporadically forms a layered Topaz. The origin is determined by the acidic regolith. The core, using a new type of geological data, is occupied by a mud volcano. The plateau is single. The oceanic bed, as well as in mainly sandy and sandy-clay deposits of the upper and middle Jurassic, binds granite. The formation, especially at the top of the section, locally weakens the batholith. The marginal part of the artesian basin, especially in the river valleys, feeds the complex. Talweg weakens the biogeochemical Genesis. The salt-bearing artesian basin warms the fjord quite well. The plateau is individual. Topaz, which makes up 50% of the Deposit's ore, is defined by a weakly mineralized ridge.