Review of observations by MVP-MTS in the southern part of the Kirovograd electrical conductivity anomaly and an experiment
of thin film modeling of the Ukrainian Shield structure
© Rokityanskiy I.I., Teryoshin A.V., Tregubenko B.I., Golubtsova N.S., Ingerov A.I., Savchenko T.S.
Brief review of the earlier studies of Kirovograd electrical conductivity anomaly with emphasis on the field data is presented. The
influence of S-effect on the magnetotelluric sounding (MTS) curves in the Ukrainian Shield was estimated by thin film modeling.
Comparison of the modeling results with MTS field data shows that resistivity of upper part of consolidated crust underlying
sediments in the Ukrainian Shield is regionally much lower than expected. Our recent field data have been presented showing
that the Kirovograd electrical conductivity anomaly continues under the Black Sea.