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Bnlar.-Od oondrar of the Section o~" j,2 sarvice ,,,v tll~ Inztd-W44-0 of Gaolyh:,-,sl~:s 0., Sciencus of lulao davot-,:iLl I~o ILli3 Izv. id, 33511. no. a -2, AREHMG&LISKAYA, V.M. Investigation of short-perlod aeiBmic Rayleigh g3urface waves, Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. geofiz. no.8:1097-1113 Ag 161. (MIRA 14:7) 1. AN SSSR, Inatitut fiziki Zamli. (Seismic waves) - ARKHANGELISKAYA, V.M.; FEDOROV, S.A. Some results of studies on the attarmation of Rayleigh surface uaves.- Izv. AN SSSR.'Ser. geofig. no.8:1122~1131 Ag 161. (KMA 14:7) i: 1. Akade~iya nauk SSSR, Inatitut fiziki Zemli. (seismic waves) ARKHANGELOSKA M-.- Session of the Council of Seismology of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. devoted to research in the field of engineerihg-seismology. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. geofiz. no.3:394-396 Vw '9'62. (MIRA 15:2) (Bartkuakes and building-Congresses) ARKHANGELISKAYA, V.M. Enlarged conference dedicated to the study of surface waves. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. geofiz. no.9:1219-1220 S 162. (MIRA 15:8) (Seismic waves) - ARKHOGELVSKAU, V.K.i, Sesston dented to the use of seismic data it the study of the. internal structure of the earth held by the Committee on Saimology and the Scientific Committee of the Institute of Earth Physics in connection with the centenary of the birth of the father of Beismology., Academician B.&,Aolitsyn. Ixv. AN SSSR. Ser.geofix. no-1031399-W3 0 262* (MIRA 16%2) (Earth-Internal structure) ARKHAN=tSMAD V*Mv- Development of engineering oeismology. Vest. AN SSSR 32 no.2sll4-115 F 162. (KM 15-.2) (Seismology) ARKHANGELISKAYAl V,M, Studying surface seismic waves. Vest.AN SSSR 32 no.7:115 JI 162. (Seismology) (MIRA 15:7) ARKHANGELISKAYA, VA Session of the Council on Seismology of the Academy of Sciences or the U.S.S.R. hold ih Dushanbe. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser.geofiz. no.2036-339 F. 163. 1(MIRA 160) (SaismolOF) L 19020-63 BDgJEjT(;Q_. T9 -.AM 099P=3~._ TF 4/1398 ACCESSION NRt AP3067666 S/0049/63/000/009/1394/1398 AUTHOR: Arkh~oixellska"*-Vi M* TITLEi Heating of the Coulf~il on Seismology AN 33SR to the city of Frunxe'(7-13 May 19631 SOURCE: AN SSSR, lavestiya. Soviya goofizLchookays, no, go 1963o 1394-1398 TOPIC TAGSi seismic zoning$ Seismological Council meeting', Can- tral Asian seismicity, Central Asian seismic sap, @*ionic activLt Y. repetition, seismic tectonic zone, seismic research, seismic con-- forence ABSTRACT: The 22nd Heating of the Sovet po sayonologil (CouacLI Seismoloiy AN SSSR); conducted jointly with the Inatitut fisiki o n matematiki I makhaniki (Institute of Physics, Mathematics, and SR Mechanics) of the Academy of Sciences of the Kirgizg was held on 7-13 May 1963, in Frunze. The meVing dealt with problems re- lated to the regional seismicity n& seismic zonin of Central a AsL4, with special emphasis on the Kirgiz, Kazakh, Tadzhik, Card 1/2 L 15020-63 ACCES$109 KRI AP3007668 Turkmen, and Uzbek Republics. The meeting was attended by 108 participants representing 31 organizations from )4oscow and the Union Republics. The 34,~-papers-presented summarized the results of seismic-tectonic research and the preparation of seismic maps of.,many Central Asian areas. A committee was established to ac- celerate, improve, and coordinate the seismic investigations of..: several Central Asian research organizations, Va- N, Gays"i Council Member and Director of the Institut saysmostoykogo stroitel'stva i seysmologii (Institute of Earthquakeproof Can- struction and Seismology) of the Academy of Sciences. TadzhikSSR, was named committee chairman. ASSOCIATIONt none SUBMITTED: *00 DATE ACQt 140ct63 00 EN CLt SUB CODE: AS NO REF S*OV: 000 OTHERt 000 Card2 2 ARKHANGELgSKAYA, V.M. Session of the Council on Seismology of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. in Moscow. Izy. AN SSSR. Ser. geofiz. no.7o.1067- 1070 ii 164. (MIRA 17:7) .T, A A'.=OR: A-rkh."_&el ska,7a., V. 14. T,-LYLE Sescion of the '-ownci.l on Seis.-,iolos:f `Ln '-~-Dscow 404i TOPTC TAGS, seismology, seismologic Instrument, seismologic station, seismograph, F---- - -- I geophysic con erence, geophyeics Ah5frqCt: 7ne NwntT-ljf~h Sesalon of the (o,-"ncil-.-on "eismoloKy of t-',e of iciences, SSSR was -::oniened in ',Moscow, 5-11 -~'i -a- of* J14 v"re ~r. atten- 'r-, r r th, F-r-zn'- ~A%4 e !4, noteworthy. Card 1/13 L 3025-65 ACCESSION NRI Apmo4i.1 Part I L N. V. Kondorskaya and 1. 1. Popov (Institute of Ph~sics f the Earth IFZ). Discussion -);' tr'l.- nrgam-,.-itlOrt -If tht. of lb'n-'rVations aspd r-v th- Y,~SS. The t(-)-,i(s mchiric-i tht~ - jr,-nz st.-Lzus of the sels-m,.,,' -c;*.at,()n network, th- naturp rif tri- vjnr!w r~j tnp statitms controlled by a-nd reporting to the main zonal st,lti(ws a Pulkovu, Lv(,,.,, -~;mf-ropnll, Tbilisi, Rak-li, Ashkhabad, Tashkent, Fal~!,ir, Fminze, Duqirl- irkutsk. and tho a.,. f t h Z-63 R 2. D. P. Kirnos QFZ). Development of ncw apparat---s foc stationar.". sf~is- 7-.:Ic -hqrrvat;nns. Thr, ed tho t,r rievi proced%rf~- L'or J,',t~,rp.-ning a .-cnStants Card 2A3 FAA ftxgf=, %U, mgw.-w kcA.'MION HR.- Ap5o1o411 V 3. Y S, B r i svi c-h 0 F 7. d T 1h, -n6 -,j - 4 f r i nr-- P. a i streng earthquakes finas,;~ production to he st,-!, ~uw expe nlndf-!(z (,.f epicentral seismic (F'5S) r-ph.)tngraphic r,-c(,i-;A - ,-r,- (aIr eady developpd and 1 fo r t c -,' i n,-, 'n- :~_Iz: ),lid tf, ro d u Card. 3A3.-.-- i ~ , , - C-6 vACQZ510N NR: 05=411 ~At Present, seismic instruments, are bF.Irig procluced at the Special Const-uc- - _n. P P x p e r- i -- SO n D.vj- t:~~-n Bureau (SKR) )f the IF 7, -1 t * -im, rl,tnt r)f th -,oriar ision of the Acadenny of Sciences, and in the Moscow liadiomechanics Tech- picum. Existing demands can be completely satisfied. i !The publication of "Information Bulletins" briefly listing the technical da-~a -fr,r th,- new seismic instrumu-nts, t1heir custS, O'c! 91" fOr ing them was announced. i4. Ye. A. Koridalin (IFZ). Report on the organization of nf-w seismic '4stations outside the S-9SR which use Soviet-type apparatus. The need for ,standardizing seismic instruments, recognized by a subcommittee of the Y(-SS studying the seismicity of the Carpathians and Balkans in 1962, led them to adopt recommendations for --;tandardiZirjg th- paramf'ters of sei~-:mo- ffraphs used in stud-ving regional .-isr-,citv. I-.(- carameters n h rj : ir- ne i v 1 ot er vpes j_ finalized. Many countries are acquiring and :r1strumt-nts purchaSed from "outside"; in particular, those types uspd in the Soviet Union the SK, i Card 4/13 f A8CA2f~RIR: AP5010411 SKII, and VFG1K - irp hpinEx arq-uirorf -and u-;,-d w Cnn.~i,~,;riist Chin,-,, 4ohl-i, Hurgary, Hulgqrm, Rlirriria, in-i the ";nvi~t qrl'~ Am( -~Cl.". *%"''S C\! Greatly improved instrumentation research is beina carried out in a number ~-,r rnuntries at g-ophvs; (7 a I obq ervatori r-s havi r,P_ 'sper i .1 !1-,. It- I r 5z f-S (spp(-4-al mine tunnrls, a Y-,-,;nirrmm of nois,,, thi, th(- (i.,rTr in _i,-, and I-- --mstrurf~--n Fl:- jFZ 'or th- -ecess~irv pf-rind r3f tir-rc, tO SI( 11 Observatories I !I Czochoslc%~iki.i, )R, Hunvary Poland, and Bulgaria for standardization purp(_)-;e!;. 5. Z. 1. Aronovich. Improved resolution possibilities of thi-, nrAwork of supl)nfling seismir stations of tho YFISS elnd 1110 :)f the fr- aLj, 7- It 1~1(j PS N' .jV-S it~l t' if! ilia! lp P V components) shows that the general-purpose instruments used at various Card 5/13 L 36325-65 ACCESSION NR: Ap5c)l(>41,1 ,,stations are inadequate, and the possibility of using narrow-band, highly- ~sensitive apparatus is discussed. Standard instruments selected as most suitable for i.!sf, it each 9tation in thin siupporting nf-tw(,~r-k af"P en'ItTifr-Aed. 6. V, B, Preobrazhensici UFZ). Appa-ratus with magnetic memory for recording distant earthquakes. The appa-ratus consists of a magnetoelectric SK-type ssismometer, SZZ magnetic memorly equipment, and a PP-6 pen recorder. Registration is selective; and a ',--i-sible r,-c(-)rd --)f distant earth- quakes can be obtained from the merr-ory in about 20 sec. 17. V. V. Stepanov and 1. B. Sidoroy, A highly sensitive seismograph w-ith hot-pen recording. This instrument is designed to record weak and distant ,earthquakes in an interval of periods from 0. I-L 5 sec. Registration is visual with no subsequent processing required. The nutfit consists of a.-i ;F-,K-ZM spism,)meter4a specially built 3-channe! UPN,-Z amplifi-r, ar,( 4-092 Pen recorder. Card 6/13 -1 - L 36325-6-~ ACC7-Ssio,,q rR.- Ap5oiokii Part 11 N~~ r Th- :)f 'he f--Im 14 -L U k I n,1' ji Tj ft f to 'A in thin I'arnir and I'Lindu-Kuqh rar)gf,~ 1, p r t t f t I rV were construct(,d for distances, ranging frorn 0 to ~700 kn). A hi0i degr.~,- of cliff er enti ation kcries of discontinuities) exists in the upper L-71antle, iis evid-nrf-d by Jumps in thr- trarlqversp wavp travol-tim.- r-ljrves A distant: !.-s frorn 800 to 18410 krn, and in thtf nallur( o( 1%,-) interfaceF ("waveguides") wer(- disrovrrerl, ?t J-pths botwi-c-n 110 ;3nd 15n krn . t, ., and ~inother between 240 anci 3'90 kni, thc~ er appu.irlrig C, 'Y transvf-rsf- authot- r, 'Alt.- ;;, . npd by other investigators and pointed out principil differonk-,os. i o, 1. V, Pomerantseva, 1. A. Sokolov, , and G. V, '1" %111 1`?.~ r-f If tjjp tvj- ~'onnf~( tinn wi-11 th, f h e T 1 In:3titute o f G s i c (1 -0 5 7 - 1213 0tor, unu rt.a:)e of seismic oscillations in a frequency.range of 0. 5-20 cps. The sta- C--rd 7/13 L-36325-65 JICCESSMN NR: AP5=41i tion magnification is not less than 300, 000. Round-the-clock records are made at the rate of 3 mm/sec.. IC. 1. V.- Pomerantseva, Ye. D. Tagay, 1. A. Sokolova, A. N. Mozzhenko, wnd G. V. Yegorkina. Results of deep seismic soundings made during the pf-riod 1956-1960, and Seismological obserwt';~,ns ~;q!nh~ the "Zarval' ~it.-)Ii~-,rl ;n 1-1063, in the rvst I-lines oc the crust an~~ Uppor irrantle in the soL a, th- r,astF-n part of th~- RUSSIZIn Th, K th,:- oaser- m t.! %10.h(~ '-t-jr-fdarv w 'i d! f f 't!~ Cz_Ibf_'riticai refler~ed .,vaves. )hservi--c d~ 1"!" -11 s c n t i i~s TF -z i x a u, r ru.~t'i tn n.-, ai i t in there 2- NI ~3. I A rn, s C C), upper part of the mantle Js ht-r, Tb t, b ns t id t; f; ar, ~lt depths ~)If 50-6f), 1 1-1, inv! 20(~~ kin. A. Ka 11. N r ap ety an. Determination of Lhe. - wuct,"e of Uie_-arth_a-v_r-USt-. 4 a ai-.. ~ffijftiidn.n' __ ~6eesel~drmti Cb~- eiiW L 6A46 A P501041.1 ness 6f-the earth's crust, made at various points in the Les.4er Caucasus and adjacent areas, showed that the earth's crust is approximately 50- 54 kn) t1tick in this area. The thicknesses of the granitic and basaltic laye rs are 1,37 and 15 km, resiDectively 1~2. V,, Z. -.3yaboy (Sv-eLi, Jizf-dr1CDPhY-5i Committee SSSR). Structure of [tic crust and kipper mantic in the central r:~gions of Turkmenia, as determinv~i from deep seismic soundings made in 1962-1963 (Kopetdag-ArRl Sea profile). Results of ---tudies nf thfse data are as follows: the crystallines of the earth's crust and th,-, upwr !-nantl- have a layered structure (to a depth of the order of 110-120 m)) ind the A-1oho occurs at depths ranging from 36-38 km. Fivc layers wer(~ identifif-d in the consolidated crust the seismic-wave propagation locity varying from 5. 7 to 7. 1- 7. 3 km I s ec. Ther e is also som e poss ibility that an int erfac e (waveguide) exists (velocity of 6. 8-6. 9 km/sec) in Vic, lower part of the crlist. In the upper mantle (depths ranging from 36-38 to 110-120 kn-1), layers were identified in which the seismic wave propagation velocity ases with depth from 8. 0-8. 2 to 9. 0-9. 5 km /sec. inc re LqC-1 ird 9/13 L 36325-65 hc== NRi AP5=411 1:3. N, N. Kbaleviy and V. C. Druzhinina (blatitute of Geophvsics, Ural Branch of the Academy of Sciencgs SSS ). Deep seismic soundingswere carried out along a Central Ural profile extending from the Russian platform on the west to the West Siberian lowland on the east. A number of complex sub-horizontal discontinuities were identified. The presence of the Ural Mountains' "roots" was confirmed. In the Central Ural zone the crust is zi4-47 km thick and in adjacent regions of the Russian platform and the West Siberian lowland, 37-40 km. PS waves from distant earth qua-kes indicated the presence of three main discontinuities at depths of 14, 25, and ,t6 km. A number of discontinuities were also identified in the upper mantle. 14. 0. G. Shamina (IFZ). A solid three-dimensional model of the mantle waveguide. A method of three-dimensional modelling of gradients in a range of about one megacycle was described. The models were made of epoxy resin and dust-size quartz sand. A waveguide model of the %1pper mantle was described. The kinematics and dynamics of the propaga- tion of ultrasonic waves were investigated in the models at various depths of origin. Epicentral distances ranged up to 2000 km, depths to 600 km, Card 10113 AiCM906 AP50io4ii and the periods of the waves were about 6-7 sec. Comparisons of these results with those obtained earlier on two-dimensional models made it possi- 1"ble to formulate "waveguide" criteria. 15. N. B. Kondorskaya, S. S. Mebell, and L. Yu. Vartanova. The authors ,--i-Aaalyzed methodp of using electronic comp-iters in the SSSR Seismic Ser-Ace, .5000 earthquakes were studied and- btiidl~ied in the-period* 9 I I . T-f ~77 proved accuracy in epicentral coordinate determinations with a computer 1 (30-50016) makes it possible to sharply reduce the number of stations. i 16. 1. V. Litvinenko Wining Institute, Leningrad). The most recent and complete datA on the structure of the Baltic Shield obtained hy the Westeun Gvoph%,~-;ica_l Trust, the Leningrad Mining Institut,, aid the AH-t'nion Scien- tific Research Institute of Geology during the past fow yk~ar,, have dernon- strated that the crust is very thin there and the seismic discontinuity is very irregular. The basaltic layer, as well as the granitic layer appears to be cut by abyssal faults. The crust in the vicinity of the shield is noteworthy in that the basaltic la, yer Is much thicker than normal, the Moho being at a Card ]2A3 P, L 36325..65 ES ION NR: AP9=411 C(' S A 14epth of 40 k M_ heee,.and that there is another clearly-defined discontinuity under the Moho. V. E. Sollogub, 1. 1. Pavlenkova, and A. V. Chekunov (Institute of Geo- physics, Academy of Sciences UkrSSR). The structure and depth of discon- tinuities in the Ukrainian SSR as determined from deep seismic sounding The Black Sea-Voronezh massif seismic profile was analyzed in this 1paper. 118. N. K. Bulin and Ye. A. Pronyayeva (All-Union Scientific Research In- stitute of Geology). A study of the upper mantle in Turkmenia, using PS earthquake waves. Data obtained from 56 portable seismic stations set 1.11) on the Geyok-Tepe-Tashauz profile (abcut 500 km) showed that the thickness ,o1 the crust o1 ffie Moho averaged 40 krn, Five *ell-delinied discontinuities exist in the mantle at depths of 60, 80-90, 140-155, 190-220, and 250 to 300 km. 19. N. E_ Bulin and Ye. Ya. Rabihovich (All-Union Scientific Research In- stitute of Geology). The authors presented the results of studies of the C.rd 12/13 - - ------ L 3632~-65 AMMSION MR., 05=411 structure of the earth's crust in tlne Tadzhik r~epresqion, as detcrmlned --t ca"Ihqu -1 xes. The 25 -km -Arbv ind c 'sta,. 0 from PS and SP waves of r, e. Shaartue-Kulyab profile was described. DeDthS of the refracting discon- e Conrad and LN-1oho dis- tin,-iities are given (surface of Tno crys-a-1hr"q continuities, and the upper part of ihe mantle). 'Description, with photographs and achematic, in Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut firiki Zemli, Trudy, no. 35 (202), L964, 43-4. Description, with photographs and schematic, in Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut fiziki Zemli. Trudy, no. 35 (202), 1964, 43-48. 3Description, with photographs and schematics, in Akademiya nauk SSSR. Inistitut fiziki Zemli... Tn.~dy, no. 35 (202), 1964, 54-60. 4 Description, with phttographs and schematics, in Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut firiki Zemli. Trudy, no. 35 (202), 1964, 30-35. ASSCZTATION: none SUMUTTED, 00 EUCL: 00 SUB CODE: M IREF SOV 1 000 OTHER: 000 FSBv.1, no. 5 Cn 13A3 Izvest ya S c -g: --no -AN ~ _fj_ a Lyd aof L-xLd as aya S 0 URCE I _SSSR k' -:-1334-1359- -9mo'logy-'-sa SMO OR a c "W__ -_TOPICS TA 05 f _11_61 A'_ _4 t Rayi~e! i h a _:,,_,ga 'on ABSTRACT*3 The article- presents the results of the investjRatidn of short-period, seismic, surface, Rayleigh waves on the basis of ob- servations made at Sverdlovok andCantral Asiatic stations. An analysis was made of about 200 records of earthquakes with depths of focus ranging from 0 to 130 km, which had occurred in Kamchatka, Japan, China, Central Asia, the Persian Gulf, and the Hediterranean Sea. The coordinates of epicenters, depth of foci, time of occur- rence, and degree of intensity are given in tabular form. Analysis f Card 1/3 L 16305-65 ACCESSION NR: AP4045786 of these observational data confirmed the existence of five groups of wavesq, previously detected, having predominant velocities of 4.0, 3:07.4-:-1.141, and~:-3s29- kmise-c.- Two additional groups of.waves I-with apparent-ve locittieis`--~7of J1:25--.'-Z' e eted, in'd 3014 km-/i;ec wer dete Furthermore, the existence of a high-veLocity branch of the hodo- graph of the first group of H2 waves having a velocity of 4.25 km/sec was established. Study of the dispersional properties of waves for the earthquakes of nine established groups made it possible to estimate the mean thickness of the earth's crust along the following paths; 1) from Sverdlovsk to Kamchatka, the Kurile Islands, Japan- 35+5 km; 2) from Sverdlovsk to China through the Himalaya, Tibet, and Tien Shan mountain systems - 50+5 km; 3) from Sverdlovsk to the Persian Gulf, through the Zagro97 Mountains, the Iranian highland, and the Turan lowland - 30-35 km; 4) from Central Asian stations to the Par East - 40-45 km*: Orig. art. has: 9 figures and 2 tables. ASSOCIATION Akademiya nauk SSSR, Institut fiziki Zemli (Academz of Sciences SSSR. Institute of tjhq_Phvg Les Qf_E _r_~h) . Card 2/ 3 Cord- 3/3 ARKMIMELIEKAYA., 11.1M.- kand.fiz.-,matewat.nwal, Se-1p,mological researuh cf the In!!tIlLu-1~e- of Ole-.physlcs; sevalon in Moscow. Vest.AIN SSSR 35 no.8zg*1-92 k- 165. (MIRA IS :8) 04 020 lbb ZO C6 -V4 0 INIP. 0 e 14 Oe4 I,)? ~16A 0. coci o, ~&Z .,,; e 0.1- t'' ot .965 01) e !J~ 0t. 0 Oo e., 1 0 'PJ?471 q- .0- e Oct e4 - -,v oo. to 91 ~Iee Cli aqj~ 130 10 Of e "e 40, 4P,- or 16 (4 e loll e 4PO 00 act et. e~-e Of QQ 4,9 VIO OW C) eq ACC NR, Ap5ol~,385 obsei~vations x-, ere not begun until 161?. 2) All sei'smolo*gical research now being car. Aed out in the Republic is concentrated in the Division of J., Geophysics- and Seismology under the Presidium of the Turkmen Academy of Sciences. By decree of the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences V_' USSR, this Division is being changed to the Instituteof the Physics of the v A ian - EarlLand-Atm-qqpA~~e_of the Turkmen cademy.,il /W Turkmen selsmr mologists have carried out major studies to updaVi the seismic region- !alization map of the Republte have completed combined instrumental and 6 engineering- geology microregional: seismic studies of Ashkhabad and the industriNA regions around Krasnovodsk, Nebit-Dag, and Cheleken, and long-term tiltmeter observations are being continued. 4) A number ,of discontinuities have been identified in sedimentary format ns in the ~crust and upper mantle with the "Zemlya" eismic statiwi. S-) A. system -for automatic registration of local earthquak , incorporAink radio-time es recording, is nearing completion and is expected to make these studies '1 ;much less costly,in time and money. 6) Factors seen as-retarding future ~seisinic research were described as Including the limited size of the seismic network in the Republic.(no* consisting ?f only 3 permanent L and, 2 temporary stations) and lack of emphasis by the Division on _Theo-:: f r atical Problem 's. :7) Plans to.overcomo these deficiencies and improve ;research in the Republic ~an for'th*e Inste'llation of 3 new seismic stations 77 01 Qrd 2/& IV L 21o3-66 ACC NR, AP5018B85 -in. Western Turkmenia, the Installation of tiltmeter stations In Ashkhabad, an Bakhardok, and Kara-Kal, extension of the mobile station network, d in the period 1966-1970, erection of 6 permanent seismic stations (5 tilt- 1 /10-1 meter. stations and I tunnel installation) for geophysical studies. , 8) "&mly'ai" stations are to be set up along seismic profiles to crisscross th i, A ei utilic. 9) 'Considerable attention is to be given to training sclen- p tific personnel. 7 The second paper, presented by Y~. F. S epresenting the', ;USSR Council on Seismology, defined the most pres~s~~roblems facing modern seismology and the Unified Systei n- of Seismic Observations as Including protection aeainst destructive earthouakes. determination of the causes and conditions for.earthquake occurrence, processes which give forewarning of earthquakes, and study of the'earthl s structure (crust and mantle) using seismic-wave propagation data. Other papers on regional seismicity Included the following: ~H. D. Nepesov and G. L. Golinskiy (Division of Geophysics and Setsmol- 4V~~kmen Academy46fgciences) reported on Turkmenian ogy (Q -PeTthqMs for the per1od_.j.96Qzjjp_q31 Card 3/6 t 2103-66 ACC N AP501 5 jistruciion 0 (I titute of Ear ed by ns Sciences) was entitl A paper 44~ adzhik Academy of A istics of seismic mology. and Seis in studying the character IlSome principal proMA18 Aca emy: ~processes. the Earth UEZ)V d* Physics Of (Institute of jative relation-, I zdo.-DU ng the qu esented a paper describi xulv_ .'Or of Sciences USSRP those for movements of rock -regime. indices and ,ships between. seismic'. al earthquakes. masses occurring during sever )OseFx editi-on-JOL- _p entral Cojn99N__SPecIa1-F"-R--______' ii Qf ~h the Counc a_vQd on of striation ia~xnd Science neotec-, 10,rical AdbMis esults of studies of the Geo epor don the r e Turkmenia- tonic o'vements in s (Instltutd'of physics of the. Earth). ou-tlined A paper by *,X-J I atial-i bf the TJSSR. the seismic regional z e structure of the earthly 6 IS) presented a Paper Oath ov ~9G ic date. Ined from, selsin fle as determ iCrUJA 4/6 Car A 71W onychev (OGIS) __G~Odjd~XQ_~harliqsk-_ and E. IN ip Kaj- "'Illts of the earth' a surfac"e observed at d tQ s, scuss haba~. a scheme for automatically cheeldng on (OGIS) presented relatively sTo,V processes. and various ways of using It in seismology. Ye, Koridalin. _&_V, Medyedev and D..,N ,LRus.tanoyIch (IFZ) collab, orated on a paper describing Wi purposes of: and tA~W assigned to ept- 'Ic ns,,, efitral seismic expedition Sh.I_$....~Ragimby and Fi__T,__Kq eX-(Institute of. Geology Ac kctqmy 'defences) discuss ed"& '.m. icroselamic regionalizAtion of an ,area from data on,strong earthquakes. W NI,, Glinki (Turkmen PoIYt4chniqdtIn~qt#qte) discussed problems arising in"""' ing the results,of micr6geismic regionalizatton in construe Ition practices in Ashkhabad.. :10. A, Roman (TISSS) spoke on engineering-geology regionalization~ E. AL Antbnonko (Institut-d of Oeol.ogical, Sciencee.,. Kazakh Academy d~jf6ed an experiment in microsetsmic regionalization In Sglen_C4~s de '5/6 Card 210j-46 ACC NR' AP501888.5 .'Ithe cities"of southern Kazakhstan. ....... A._N.__3Lqkhtanova and E Esenov. (OGIS) presented a paper entitled .~,Comparison a om of e of the Indices of the seismic properties of soils obtained by engineering - geological and instrumental methods. T_.~I._KukhtiIk_ qvq (TISSS) discussed the duration of oscillations-, , 'n"'(Militar'y Ffikin6ering*Ac'a'd'e--m--'-'------'-' y Y,,--Moscoi) presented a', s 'y paper oh thepropagatt~~ i~i,plastic and elastic wavetv ifi a layer. --The remaining 12 papers cover ed ~L. wide range of topics In engineer- .ing seismology and the earthquake-proofin of several types of buildin g 'and-structures.-4plyarious -regions SUB OODE: ..ES SUBH DATE: nbne' --j- o t2j d -616, ~C- L~g ai L 24124-6~ INTUYNAWY Ace, NR: AF600713% SOURCE CODrsl""OR/oz?/66/ooo/oo2/0084/* 7 i 7 AUTHORt Ar!t!Mllakaya, Vo M.' ORG S now. TITIE: AN SM -Moscow session of the: scientific council on seismologr SOURCE: AN. SSSR'9 Isvestiya, Fizika Zemlit no* 2. 1966. Vf-Z? TOPIC TAGS i geopbysio conference, seismology, earthquake, seismic wave, seismicity..' seismic instrument, seismic station, tectonics, earth crust, Rayleigh wave, 1Wdrostatio pressure, earth gravity, harmonic analysis. vibration analysis. elasticity ABSTRACTt --The Twenty-Seventh Session of the Scientific, Council on Seismology and the Academic Council of the Institute of PlWeics of the Earth (M or Mel e!x of Sciences USSR met in Moscow- on 22-27.April 1965 to discuss the work of the IFZ in seismologyi Varticularly methods of investigating and combating the effects of of earthquakes and research on the structure of the earth's interior as interpreted,_ from seismic data. More than 220 geophysicists representing the USSR Academy of Sciences, the republio,academies, and other organizations heard 13 papers presente& UDCt Card 1/3.2 L 2)t124-66 ACC Iffi: AP6007876 ily leading IM scientists The opening and'Welooming addiesses were delivered iYeo F. Savarens Head of the Scientific Council on Seiamlogy-, and He A* Sado" 'Director of the IM The following papers were presenw at the eonrerence* Yu.'* V: Riznich e*nk6-ddfIfi_6d_thi in6st irfiporta - t proble * s':'.eaithquake n m in ~'physics as determination of the- causes and conditions producing earthquakes,, iinvestigation of the mechanisms coAtrollingthe formation and- effects of a Jsingle fault on th!!_.q9ntjn4i* of rocks in the- earth! s -interior and of series.of*--.. iaulfs' fc character of any-partic'ular area, and the-stud expressing the seism Y pace-time changes'In that seismicity. He emphasized tha of the s t research should be carried out by theoretical, laboratory, field, and mine-shaft ex- nts, observing both earthquakes and manmade explosions. Such j,perime studies should be based on investigations of the structure ana properties lof the earth, using seismic,. gravitational, geologic, and other methods h the theory of thestrength and rupture of real solids, and p ysicochemical :studies of rocks and other substances under various conditions, especially at the high temperatures and pressures existing within the earth' s interior' Concepts described in detail* i4cluded the faulting process and energies at sm earthquake foci, the statistical characteristics of long-term average sei city, the possibilities for calculating maximum quakbs, and the relation c L24124-66 Acc.NR: AP6oO7876 seismicity to rock mass movement, Important and practical problems ori- ginating from such research were listed as research to define more accu- transition from strain energy to..e lastie-wave energy between the lately the ake foci I and -th e eerthl 6 surface in order to provide bases for a quan-, ~titative method of seismic and possible methods and pros- pects for earthquake &Cdiction. In d~ patper entitled "Study of the m6chanisms of earthquake foci, A. V. VvedenskM presented the results of studies of recordingsof body waves during earthquakes, which demonstrated that these.waves occur because shear stresses are released at the foci regardless. of depth. Enor- mous hydrostatic stresses present in the earth' s interior, particularly when the horizontal and vertical stresses.differ, are released solely by mechani--,,,, -seated rbcks, with elastic energy relea cal processes in deep sed along jault planes. Use of *the dislocation theory in studying stresses present at Ahe foci makes it possible to determine the axes of the principal stresses ain seismic belts of the globe. . Determination, of.. predominating in the m earthquake i the rate and duration of shear-zone development by analyzing 1recordixigs makes it possible to solve problems on stress magnitudes re- quired to produce displacements. Cir&'3/3.2' L 24124-66 NR: AP6007876 Apape~r on the dynamiCchaiacteristics of.seisifilc Waves was.' reknte p d .:by L. V.- Antonova R. 1. Kurochkina, 1. L. Nersesov, and-V. 1. Khalturin.. Data were, given on the apparent periods of vibrations, the ratios of the xim a um amplitudes of. the principal seismic waves as functions of the m dependence of their characteristics on epicentral distances, magnitudes, cy. charhcteristics of the apparatus, the region in which the epicenter I. frequen As located, etc. Changes with distance of the maximum amplitudes of the vibrational rates of P waves and changes in their forms as functions of Ahe apparatus were also discussed. The, periods for the maximum ampli- tudes of surface waves were found to increase monotonically wAh distance and had almost no dependenbe on earthquake magnitudes between Cand 6.5 . On long-period instruments,'the periods of maximum displacement of both -waves were found to be about 1.5 to 2.0 ime head and surface t' s longer than a-nda&d in'stmmen s. The r 1 was ound to exhibit .the following t on st f cteristics: in the Soviet Far East, especially in the 'distinct regional chara Sayan and Baykal belts, the 1, /P.ratio: is noticeably larger, and in the lVediterranean-Alpine belt, somewhat smaller than it is in other regions. onal. difference i t '.The S /P ratio exhibits. almost no regi, s. At short d s ances -kr9m.foci the-S/P ratio.averapp_.3~4j,.and_ there is almost no change card 4 12; L 24124-6-6 Acc NRt, AP6=876~ 4-1 with magnitude. The S/P ratio [sic), on the other hand, changes noticeaby.:_-, with magnitude. A value of 6.5 is therefore obtained for the coefficients relating 'the scale, of magnitude to head and surface waves. Comparisons of earthquake reco ds one* station with different instruments showed r made at Ahat the amplitude /period ratio depends on the position of the long-period chara cteristics of the aIpparatus. slope of the frequency S. A. Fedoto gave a paper on seismic cycles and long-range seismic prediction, in which the seismicity of the period 1911-1963 in 10 areas of 'the catastrophic, earthquake foci in the Kuriles, Kamchatka, and Japan exhibited a cyclic character. The hypothesis of a constant, seismic regime was demonstrated to be, acceptable.. Regularities in displacement of the fQci of catastrophic earthquakes -and the seismic cycle in the Kurile-Kam- chatka chain make. it possible to predict the probable location of imminent t strong quakes, the probable:magnitudes of the seismic activi _Y, and the magnitudes of strong earthquakes. Long-range predictions were presented for the periods 1965-1970, '1971-1975, 1976-1980. and 1981-1985,for the Pacific Ocean focal zone on the shores o! Kamchatka and' the Kuriles. Card 5/12, L 24124-66 Acc xR, AP6 6 00787 ~Qal I~eiin_Or6sdht6 paper entitled 'Study of th e e smicu ~wave Igation process by observations of the internal points of a medi UM Or rincipal problem in most seismic research is the study of real media h6 p J. ew possibilities of e xperimental research on seismic waves in realmedia -ound obsei-vations with studies of the internal are realized by combining g; points of th medi. e a." This technique makes it possible to determine the formation of the wave. field and to find the principles for determining real ~media for the construction of their simplified models. V. J.' Kelis-Borok di~6_4_sied the- m-ii'e-hifie -interpretation of sei-smi observation materials as involving three operational stages. Stage I consists of identifying a signal on the seismogram, a matter generally left to ~ the seismologist! s experience (filtration, regulated- adjusted method, corre- lation analysis)~ - Sta ge 2 is the study of a single source. The hypocenter must be determined as that point'which beat conforms with a given series lof arrivals not their eliminary identification. Stage 3 is the solution of pr ndtural geophysical problems such as the study of the profile,Jt's seismic -character, and explosion identification. . Solution of these problems leads, (to consideration of- different -combinations of the main features (dependence 17' ;of len h 'of record, and'spectra.of the displacements,on epicentral di CiR, P6% ......... L24124-66., ------ APCI NRs AP6007876 -focus'- and local condi'ions). anc intensity of the ~source, -d~hp h of. L or s-~~_--fi~ kiiii6s- - -and 6. K. - n z 6--a apef- Ye B I' e h, irm p describing improved seismic instruments for seismic stations. They dis- f cussed. requirements of seismic apparatus, progress in producing,new u .:apparatus in the USA and Japan and the new apparatus prod ced at the IFZ i .'including those of the general-purpose type, long-period in truments, s highly sensitive instruments, semi automatic registration devices, appara- Aus for registering strong earthquakes, and timing devices. L. Ye. Shnirman discussed the automation of seismic observations. "Study of the earth's y,presented a paper entitled Ye. F. Savjrenski, internal, structurefrom body and surface waves, In which the status of studies or. the mantle from the Moho discontinuity to a depth of 900- 1000 km, was presented. Special attention was given to studies of the astenosphere -6nd the C layer and to regional features of the mantle in the Kurile-Kam- -chatka zone, the North Atlantic Ridge, and the mountains of the western Rj~ited States, where reduced seismic-wave velocities, negative gravity -Card 7 -L 24124-66 ACC AP6007876 'fa'e. -anomalies, and incieased heat floWs are observed at the mantle sUr 'c Narious methods of studying the mantle and the results obiained at the 1FZ iare discussed. The author saw the dispersion of Love and Rayleigh waves as one of dhemain phenomena being used to study the upper mantle. The periods of the harmonies of the natural vibrations of the earth make it le to calculate phase velocities, taking into account the sphericity possib of the gravitating earth Observations of Love and Rayleigh waves, re- peatedly circling the globe from the 1960 Chilean and the 1964 Alaskan- earthquakes, confirm the Guttenberg profile velocities in layer C, in which the transverse wave velocities decrease from 0. Ito 0. 15 km /sec. However, ~this decrease in velocity is possible because of the effect of nonabsolute A ..elasticity on long-perio.d waves., Modeling of Rayleigh waves confirms the relationship of intense long-pe'riod waves to source spectra charac- teristics. deVo L P. Kosmiii9kavil- ted to contemporary pr bl7ems s,. p5~06i~ was' 0 !of deep* seismic sounding. ' Iri recent years the study of the earth t s crust and: ned nature, facilitated by -upper mantle has been of asystematic and plarL advances m e. IGY and by the International Upper importan ade during th -Mantle Project. Card 8 L 24124-66. ADC NRt AP6007876 sounding' is ihe --main' metho'd of making a det i1 u Deep. seismic' a' ed si dy of the earth' s crust on the continents and in the oceans, In the USSR it 'Js widely used as a-basis for tectonic regionalization of extensive territories.; In recent years this method has produced significant changes in concepts of crustal. structure, now delineating a multi-layer rather than a one- or f two-layer crustal structure in continental areas. Analyses of travel-time curves and dynamic characteristics give evidence of the presence in crustal layers of both intermittent and continuous changes in velocity with epth. The first data have been obtained indicating that, like the cruet' -d 4he upper mantle is layered. The principal methodological problems -in -deep -seismic sounding are the determination of an adequately large number of physical parameters along profiles and the study of both the horizontal of the earth' uist and upper mantle. and vertical inhomogeneities s cr 1. S4 Berson discussed the utilization in seismology of-wave-field interpretation methods developed originally for seismic exploration. -These vestigation of the param methods differ in that they make possible direct in eters of a medium using various odifications of bore-hole study techniques,.! Card 9/12 L 24124--46 ACC NR: Ap6oO7876. b J. e. they make it possible -to establish directly the relationship etween ithe structure of-the medium and the wave fields formed in it. Results can be treated as they would be in a seismic modeling problem where direct determinatiohs of the. properties, of the medium are impossible and the wave field is the primary source of information on its structure. The author defines three main steps in making seismic observations Jor both seismic exploration and seismic research: 1) obtain waves in the 'best form for interpretation; 2) determine the types of waves registered; and 3) determine. the struiAure of the medium from the registered waves'. YIor'the. first step the current practice, in seismic exploration is,t6 use. 1 magne production with filtration and tic registration with, subsequent r4 ivarious methods of direct measurements. These methods also can be used to advanta*ge in seismic research. The second step involves the joint anal- vn ysis of different classes of wav s, studies of their d. amic relationships, A 'and comparisons with theoretical calculations for various models of real media. In recent years seismic exploration research has advanced to J ohtain first-': istirUes of complex models in which the layers are thin and c Caid 10/12 L 24124-66 ACC NR:_AP6007876 and second-order discontinuities. Spectral interpretation methods have ibeen developed which permit. detailed differentiation of real media, i.e. Aetermination of the thickness of thin layers and the ratio of acoustic hard- ness at the. interfaces. In many cases,, wave velocities in the thin layers I can be determined also. these spectral methods of interpretation should ~be used In.seismic research to,obtain new information on the nature of the discontinuities in the earth' s crust, mantle, and core. V. V. . Belouso presented a paper which described some of the problems faced in studying the structure of the earth Is crust and upper mantle, es pecially the role of seismic investigations in the Upper Mantle Project. ~Specific problems described included the study of waveguides mi the upper -mantle in various tectonic zones, more detailed studies of the relief of the Conrad and Moho discontinuities, and investigation of the structure. of. the Golitsyn layer at depths from 400- 1000 kni. Ye. A. Koridalin presented the last paper at the symposium, which outlined international cooperation in seismic research,.inc uding the 11iter- Card 3-1/32 O"OV/49-59-?-21/22 .AUTHOR-. Arkhangellskaya, V. M. TITLE: 'Report on Conference on t-Re' Scientific Research Work of the Central Seismic Station Pulkovo and on the Investigation of Surface Waves PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR Seriya geofizicheskaya, 1959, Nr 7, pp 1085-1086 (USSR) ' ABSTRACT: This conference took place on February 10-14, 1959, at Pu-1kovo. The following organizations were represented: the staff of the station Pulkovo, Institute of Physics of the Earth, Academy of Sciences, USSR, station Simferopol!, Moscow State University, Institute of Geophysics, Academy of Sciences Georgian SSR, Geological Institute Azerbaijan SSR. A. P. Lazareva(Palkovo) reported on the work carried out by the station Pulkovo in the Arctic during 1957-1958. T. V. Matorina reported on the instrumental observations of the station Pulkovo during this period. A paper was read by T. B. Yanvnkaya - on the theory of nonstationary surface waves. A. P. Lazareva(Pulkovo), Ye. F. Savarenskiy Card 1/2 I SOII/49-59-7-21/22 Report on Conference on the Scientific Research Work of the Central f ~L Seismic Station Palkovo and on the Investigation of Surface Waves and 0. N. Soloviyeva(Moscow) reported some results of ex- perimental investigation of dispersion curves. S. F. Oborina gave a report on the earth crust of the Arctic. Card 2/2 AP6013165 SOURC&CODE: U/0387/66/000/004/0103/01061 -AUTHOR: Arkhangel'skaj,a-T. X. 7 ORG: none Co TITIE: Session of the Council on Seismology in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk SOURCE: AN SSSR. Iz'vestiya. Fizika Zemli, no- 4, 1966.. 103-106 TOPIC TAGS: geophysic conference, seismicity, seismic wave, earthquake, ground shockp seismograph, ground shock transmission, upper mantle, tsunami, seismic . model, seismograph, seismologic station, microseism, tectonics, geophysic personnel ABSTRACT: The Twenty-Eighth Session of the Council on Seismol P_"hg_~ MIM2129Y_ Academ. of Sciences USSR met in )~uzimo-S-a-khalinsk from 18 to 22 December 1965. In addition to the Council members, the meeting was attended by 180 representatives of 31 scientific institutions. The 30 papers presented and discussed dealt with problems in seigmicgx.~ the abyssal structure of the Soviet Far East, - tsunamis, and the fore- casting of volcanic eruptions. These papers reflected the research of the following organizations: - The Institute of the Physics of the Earth (IFZ) e , the Sakhalin Multipurpose Scientific Research Institut* (SakhKNII), the Institute of Hydrodynamics of the Siberian 3ranch Of the Acad~my of S-c-iences USSR, the State-Hydrolo ical Institifte UDC: 550-340 J T ACC NR.. AP6013165 ,-fLeningrad), the Far-Eastern Scientific Research Hydro eteo gjjPa1'___ _Tp_ ..)rqjq Institute (DVNIGMI), the Scientific Resea'rch Institute of Hydrometeoro- logical Instrument Construction, the All-Union Scientific esearch Instin tute of Nonmetallic Construction Materials and Hydromechanizati oil -a) _Kuybyskey, Moscow (VNIINei~u -ifi State Univers y (MGU), the Sakhalinsk Administration of the Hydrome t eoroIo&4l_.qervi Ice, the I S-stitute (5f_Vo_1'_c_a_n__o_1ogyof the__S___i_b__e"r_-ian_ 'Bi-r-a-n~ch' o___f the Acad my of - ----- Sciences USSR, and the 66Ad y H qrqjqgji~a~l AqMinistration -of_the_StAtCi ,Geological Committee of The following are brief abstracts of 28 of the 30 papers presented at the meeting. V. N. Averlyanov and S. L. Soloylyev reported the principal results of the work of the Seismology Division of the SakhKNH in 1957-' 1965 in 1) studies of the seismicity of the [Soviet] Far' East and accom- plishments in collaboration with other establishments in the seismic service in the Far East, 2) studies of the seismic - conditions 6ausing tsunamis, and 3) accomplishments of the seismic section of the service in tsunami'warning. Card ACC NR3 I. L. Nersesov, V. F. Pisarenko, T. G. Rautian, 1. A. Smirnovai and V. 1. Khalturin (IFZ) presented a paper entitled "Use of the recog- nition method todetermine depths of foci from the dynamic traces of a record. " Three methods of recognition are described by which shallow earthquakes ( < 100 Ian) can be distinguished from deep earthquakes by using some of the dynamic parameters of the earthquake records. One method is described as the best for linear -predictions of deep- seated earthquake foci with the selected parameters. Data on the Pamir- Hindu Kush earthquakes were used to Mustrate the method. The dynamic characteristics of the seismic waves in the Kurile-~ Kamchatka earthquakes were the subject of a paper by S L. Soloyl Y!~_V* 0. N. Solovly~va, Ye. A. Voroblyeva, and A. 1. Minin (SakhKNII). The mean amplitude curves of body waves (P and S) and surface waves from Kurile -Kamchatka earthquakes having depths of foci from 0 to 60 Rm for epicentral distances of 0.8 to 20* were determined by pro- cessing voluminous empirical data. The curves constructed can be used as a good supplementary method for estimating the depths of earthquake foci. Card ACC NR: AP6013165 N. '~. Kondorskaya, L. N. Pavlova, A. 1. Pustovitenko, and S.__L, __!Solov1yqv (IFZ, SakhKNII) presented a paper on the amplitijdes of the aspectra of the body waves from Pacific Ocean earthquakes. Data :collected over the past 13.years on Kamchatka and in the Kurile Islands .1ndicate'a'sfower increase -In tremor intensity than on the continent. When the magnitudes are identical, the tremors are stronger at the surface.during earthquakes which occur at depths of 70- *lob km than they are when the earthquakes are 30-50 Ian deep. The mean isoseismals are oriented along the island chain. Yu. V. Riznichenko presented a paper entitled "Seismic activity and tremor conditions (intensity, duration, and area affected). " He proposed that.the value of these conditions-the mearf frMuency of re- currence B at any point of shocks of a specific "force" I(expressed in standard intensities, but better expressed in physical values) - be obtained by the quantitative method for seismic regionalization purposes. The relationship was found between B and the foci of seismic activity A and with other values determining the foci of earthquakes. Theoretical and practical exfumples of calculating the state of tremors were pre- sented. In seismology, these calculations are analagous to the direct problem of potential theory used in gravimetry'and other geophysical methods. Card 4/16 ACC NR: AP6013165 The joint interpretation of body and surface waves was the subject LU~, A. A. Levshin and T. M. Sabitova of a communication by V,~P .Valy (IFZ). Various experimental data (P and S travel times and four phase velocities of Rayleigh waves) for regions in Central Asia were jointly analyzed on an electronic computer, using the Monte Carlo method. 1A. L. Gerver and V. M. Markushevich discussed the interpretation of travel times in the presence of waveguides. The prapagatioq of '$eismic impulses in ~ spherical symmetrical body with a finite! number ..of waveguides is discussed within the framework of geome Itric,-9 ics. pt The problem involves determination of the dependence of propyLgation. velocity''on radius. Solution of the problem is n*ot simple. Cq"nditions were formulated which are necessary and adequate to solve thJ'a velocity problem, and a large number of solutions are derived and supplemented by graphs. Travel times from deep sources are considered along With those from the surface sources. R. Z. Tarakanov and N. V. Levin discussed a multi -astenosphe ric model of the EArth's mantle. The work showed that the upper mantle is layered in the Kurile-Japan zone of the Pacific belt. Four astenospheric' layers, in which the propagation velocity of the longitudinal waves was ACC NR3 kP6013165 lower, were identified at depths of 65-90, -120-160,.230-300', and'-" 370-430 krn. These alternated with layers with higher velocities, The astenospheric layers are chaCacterized by increased transverse .,seismic wave absorption, which gives evidence that the medium is plastic. A paper entitled "Invest.gation of long-period oscillations from earthquake records in the area between the arrivals of P and S.waves" was presented by A. A. Poplays y' (SakhKNII). The behavior of long. waves arriving immediately after the P w aves was studied from records of Kurile -Kamchatka earthquakes at epicentral distances from 100- From the data obtained. the author proposed that in the ma- jority of cases, the waves investigated are longitudinal body waves with anomalously large periods (although the existence of PL waves is not discounted). G. S. Pod"yapollskly discus'sed the differences between seismic fields originating from surface and deep-seated, sources. The author treated a tsunami ae~ 4 natural (similar to a Rayleigh wave) gravitEitional -elastic oscillation in a layer of.elastic fluid (water) lying" on a solid, elastic half -space (crust). The depend6hce of these oscillations'ori the. main parameters of ACC NRi AP6013165 the point source exciting them is determined in'an' earthquake-moda; t~6 ~oifit source is located at an arbitrary depth beneath the base of the crust. Readta are Oven for some specific calculations made with the formulas derived. for! dispersion cuive's', aifferienice between thei-vertical a nid radial compo- nents of the shift of particles near the surface and near the bottom the dependence of tsunami intensity on the direction of shift in the focus. and its depth, etc. V. N.' Averlyanova presented a paper on the topic "Shift in earth- quake foci in.the northerwestern part of the Pacific Ocean seismic belt caused by tsunamis. 0. Ye. Starovoyt gave a presentation on the determination of some of the paraineters of earthquake , foci from long-period surface waves. 'From the spectra of Love and Rayleigh waves repeatedly~ circling the globe, he made a'preliminary estimate of the length of the faults and their rate of formation for earthquakes originating in the Kurile 'Islands (13 October 1965) and in Chile (22 May 1960). For the Kurile Island. quake, the rate was N 3 Ian/see. and the length %, 600 Ian, and for the Chilean quake, -. 4.5 m/sec and 950 Ian. Card 7/16 ACC NRt The frequency of occurrence of tsunamis in the Pacific ocean was the subject of a papqr byjj9 Chan-nam and S. L. Soloir!yev. Using factual materials, they inveiit_ij~t~ci_tfie frequency of occurrence of tsunamis in the Japanese, Kurile -Kamchatka, and'Souifi Am er*l' -can-z one's of the Pacific Ocean seismic.belt. They discovered that the prob- ability for the occurrence of tsunamis in these zones was ijenficil. The heights of tsunamis originating from earthqtiakes with M :,, 8and M = 7 1/2 to 7 3/4 were distributed in accordance with normal laws. D. A. Deyeva, Yu. I. Bublikova, and V. -S. Samoylova (DVNIGMI) some of- 4a~t~-_' h discussed the al data on tsunami *s and seic es in the [Soviet] Far East. Clearly expressed tsunamis appeared during the strongest tsu- nami-producing earthquakes and usually. consisted of several'waves following each other, generally wIth equal periods (the main oscillations with periods of up to 45 min, and in the others, 7-15 min). Then, seiches continued for the next few days, obviously the result of the, tsunamis. The periods of the seiches changed little with iime, and their amplitudes became attenuated. A. 1. Militeyey (MGU) gave a paper on the- topic "The tsunamis. Card NRt AP6013165 from the Niigata'earthquake of 16 June 1964. the area inwhich the tsunamis occurred wasdefined from Soviet -observations and from Japanese literature. It was elliptical in shape and extended along the shoreline from Niigata to Sakata, viih semi-axes of 50 and 20 km. The earthquake epicenter. was -located somewhat southwest of the tsunamib source. A diagram of the directivity of the source showed that It was stronger in a direction paralleling the coast,thka in the direction per- pendicular to it. A graph showing the dependence of maximum wave amplitude on distance was also constructed. This indicated that wave attenuation was essentiaUy inversely proportional to the first power of the distance in which the largest variations in amplitude relative to the mean dependency were observed. So, L. Solov'Yev (SakhMI) presented a paper on the tsunami problem I and its importance for Kamchatka and the Kurile Islands. Tsunamis are the most powerful of the numerous disasters on the Pacific Ocean shore- lines of the USSR, and the most dangerous tsunamis are of seismic origin. Their strength becomes evident when horst- or graben-type movements occur on the continental slopes of the Pacific Ocean deep- water shelves. Long-term tsunami predictions are impossible'at pres- ent since earthquake predictions have not been perfected. The ts~immi prediction service now operating in the Pacific Ocean.area (USSR, Japan, ACC NRt AP6013165 _t USA) tends toward operational forecasts of tsunamis, i.e., determination .of the extent of tsunami danger during earthquakes. At most, tsunamis can be predicted 10 to 15 min in advance in the most dangerous sectors. Currently, only the position of the epicenters and the energies of the earthquakes are used in making the predictions. To increase fore - casting accuracy, it is of utmost importance that operational methods be developed to estimate the depths of foci of earthquakes and to set up remote (20-30 Ian) sea-level sensors. It is also equhlly important to have the corresponding automatic apparatus to achieve maximum predic- tion speed. For maximum understanding of tsunami phenomena, an observational system should be organized to observe the horizontal speeds of water currents during tsunamis, to model the appearance of a tsunami in a wedge of water, and to expand the nonlinear theory of- gravitational waves and the theory of earthquake foci. Ye. 1. Bichenkov and R. M. Garipov (Hydrodynamic Institute, Siberian Division, Academy of Sciences USSR) presented a paper on wave propagation on the surface of a heavy liquid in a basin with an uneven bottom. The first part of the paper stated the linear and overall con- ditions of bottom relief used to solve the problem of waves caused by the initial disturbances on the free surface of the liquid and by initial L-42077-66 I W6~__N_R_i_A_,V6CO__13_1 5 impulses. In the second part of the paper on the shallow-water approid- mation theory, the authors discussed the probleni of the propagation of long waves in a basin with an uneven bottom and, using the approximation theory for shhllow water, derived general equations for the'nonstationary problem. P. A. jSozlovs1dy (Kuybyshev Polytechnical Institute) discussed the compressibility of water as an important factor under conditions when it is .likely that tsunami will occur. He gives some theoretical calculations defining Ahe order of tsunami wave-energy magnitudes in comparison with the ,energies of the settling of the free surface level. R.- A. Yaroshen a (DVNIGNU) presented a paper on the topic "Cal- culation of the zones along the shorelines of the Kuriles and Kamchatka reached by tsunamis originating from epicenters in the Kurile -Kam- chatka. tsunami-genesis zone. " The Newton-Krylov theory of atmospheric .refraction, as adapted by Shuleykin to the study of wave motion in shallow water, was the basis of the calculations. As a result of the Card ACC NRt AP60-13165 -3 Icalculations, the shoreline ranges were determim!d as fu'nctions of different e-picentral positions in the Kurile -Kamchatka Zone. G. !,_ GqKshkqy (MGU) presenteda communication on the seismicity and seismotectonics of Japan. I. M. Shenderovich (NUMMP [? 1) discussed modern instrumental m6ans of studying tsunamis. Improved seismic apparatus for the Tsunamis -Warning Service was the subject of a paper by A,_V. Rykov (IFZ).. At present the seismic unit of the tsunami station is equipped with short-period seismographs 1(0. 1-4.9 see) with magnifications ranging from I to 40. They satis- ~~actorily assure determination of whether or not the ea'rthquakes are tsunami -producing when M = 7.0 *-8.5 in the 100-2000-km range of epicentral distances. During earthquakes of these magnitudes, long-period body waves are generated which are weakly registered on the seismo- vgraphs. Therefore irnprovement of - tsunami-re cording instru- m6nts should be directed to devising longer-period instruments, The IFZ has developed new seianwgrapbs with visible registration of seismic Card NR: AP6013165 waves in the 0.2-20-sec period range. In addition to improved regis- tration of nearly tsunami -producing earthquakest these seismographs will assure the registration of stronger, more distant earthquakes capa- ble of causing the tsunamis which endanger the. Pacific Ocean shores. The automatic determination of the position of earthquake epicenters for short-term tsunami predictions was the subject of a paper presented by Varc11qgLtp (SakhKNII). Since 1963 the SakhKNII has been pro- ducing sets of instruments for automatic determination of earthquake epicenter positions and their magnitudes. At present the Experimental Plant of the Siberian Branch of the Academy of Se iences USSR is building experimental models of the "Sakhalin" station, which consists of a three- point electronic azimuth graph with a magnetic memory semi-automated for determination of epicentral distances, an instrument for determination of the tsunami -rproducing nature of earthquakes, a quartz generator .operating at 1000 cps to provide correct time for the station, and a loud- speaker message device with magnetic recording. .N. V. Kondorskaya, N. S. Lano3m~~Ya, and P. ZTqrakgaov (IFZ and SakhKNII) presented a paper on the topic "Seismicity of the [Soviet] Far,East from fixed station observations. ACC NRt AP6013165 S. A. Fedotov, P. 1. Tokarev. I. P.. Kuzin,. M. F. _ Bobkov, and 4, M.: Bag iir-ova (I1FZ and the Siberian Divisions Academy of Sciences USSR) ,discussed the seismicity and deep-seated structure of Kamchatka and the. Komandors* islands according to detailed seismic observations made in 1961-1964. They showed that most Kamchatka earthquakes originate in the Pacific Ocean focal zone which emerges from the ocean bottom ,and crosses the tip of the eastern Kamchatka Peninsula. The upper part ,of the focal zone is inclined at an angle of 50* to the surface, and there is a "breale' at a depth of approximately 250 Ian. In this area the matter in the upper mantle changes abruptly. The existence of a layer of in- creased plasticity is possible. On Kamchatka itself the earthquakes are shallow and are associated with Kamchatka mountain building. The -seismic activity here is only one -tenth that in the focal zone. P. L Tokarev (Institute of Vulcanology, Siberian Division, Academy of Sciences USSR) spoke on the gigantic eruption of Sheveluch Volcano ;on 12 November 1964 and its seisIM4 city. The eruption was preceded by numerous volcanic earthquakes with foci underneath the volcano at a depth of no more than 10 Ian. The eruptions were accompanied by intense volcanic tremors. The first minor earthquake having a focus under the Card L 42077-66 ACC' NRA_~&6013165 volcano'Wai registered on 24 January 1064; in'May a cluster of quakes :indicated that the volcano was becoming active and that there was a possibility that it would erupt, The Institute of. Vulcanology took steps to increase observations of the volcano. After some abatement in the volcano's seismic activity in June-September, it suddenly intensified in October. In the first ten days in November the seismic activity of the volcano began to intensify rapidly, and about 300'quakes were registered. The energy of the earthquakes increased along with the increased activity.- -After the eruption began the earthquakes ceased and continuous volcanic Ireniors occurred. After the eruption ceased, minor earthquakes con- tinued for three days and then stopped. S. L. Solov1yev, L. S. Oskorbin, and M. D. Ferchev (SakhKN11) gave a paper entitled "The seismicity and seismotectonics of Sakhalin.P They discussed factual data on the earthquakes in Sakhalin during the period 1909-1964. In accordance with the historical development of seismic observations on Sakhalin, the seismicity of Sakhalin.was analyzed'_~ 'for the periods 1909 1950, 1951-1960, and 1961-1964. The longest -registration distance and the strongest earthquakes were noted for each period. Macroseismic information on Sakhalin earthqpakes was analyzed. - The -irregularity of Sakhalin seismicity in both time and area was pointed - 0 A 09 00 60 00 !ii 7 a If 3) Is it 42 if u A) Ad a log Aid, N 10 -t-AAWle- Hydroginistion of 3-tyau mewnin and other nitrillps A. 1. Vloofirad-ma and Y. N Afkhaiip-l*~k.jv~j, J. Gem .0hw%F_eQ-KtjYjj CArm. (U.S.S.R.) 10, 'I-Cy3mmti-'milI' V. (1) 0 K.) In III S. g1witil ArOlf WILS IFC'Jl"l Willi Orv I ICI to yivhl (11), tis~ 175 7 ' tfmm Iwater). R,,~tition a the expt. io III IV, Ell I I I ga- thoill I;ti)ll); thi, (2 g.) anti 4 It. IUAI'~ MeNif, fit istri. Ettill I.. ~1&1111 for 2-:1 day-4 at room temp. virldell N-Me deriv. MI of 11. fit. 1411.540.4"w" (fr,"n vtowri [it I,-, I X.) In W cr. fill,IFtOlt KIM " "e. t%ji~ ll'A"I .1111 OA K. 14SO, oith cot-111tit and thr ~olii. ti,,41 a, cm holviv, Willi 21, u% almlyte. in rhVITOV'i. u"ofd1lig I., I'ufvI (Ifty. 33, =01oklillkl)), Il'ilix I*,..',--. V.. 1.6 amp, (no electrode amt given) for :1.45 hm at aft,-r ri niloval Of SA)s by Ila the solli. was miltd. in pirls., at 40* &fill treated with satd. NaCO,, the rt,ultiug ml 1.'imt taken tilt fit Holl: ')It 1111kilding. IlWft' %%Al quimolose. tat. 10241' Orom tit. litoll). I C! AC.Y i" 'WI tc. hot abs. EtOll anti 1.5 equiv*s. dry IICI %%ith 5 if. Ifurtituff's I'll cataly3t was hydrogenatril at rimm tt-ml). for 2-3 hm to peld 20-5"~ oxypeWhalile-110 (IV), tit. 210" (from dil. -Eml I), %hich gave tire beit2ylidrne deriv., tit. W.)% which fit turia. oit firating ill a Walt:41 tube with MCI, gavv tilt A-Me 'Itriv. of the (It, bime Of IV, M. DO*. I..". Tlillin (15 g.j. added to Ill It. KC, Ili 1.5 cc. water at 5% liters krIpt at W for I hr., was treated with 13 cr. cuiscil. IICI with votplifig; oil isrutralization with NaOll. there uplicartA a rapidly freezing (it which waf washed with rol-I wati-r i-P vivid 15 X. ilmilgliss (pn'thydritf. tit. tit.,' Ifittin (CII.- CI)j); 2 thm Ili 411 cc. abi. litoll tuitg, I vilWit. Als,$1. A LITIN, lily IICI hydnitienated liver 3 I'd-OtAro-Al e4mlyst 0.4 lsl~*j d1c., ITS. "10* 41CILOtnim.). G. M. KI-431N)a ';j_j-1 ad 0" tit to III; it r- ~v m 'LAA LL 0 IT If IV p OF 69 K It It Ill K Ill U It A 1 14 0 0 0 000 6 0 9 0 0 G 0 0.4 1;& 0 00 log .0 too =00 coo Coo sollill goo goo 400 909 700 0 ARXHANGELISKAYAt V. N. "Qualitative Semimicroanalysis" (Kachestvennyy Polumikroanaliz), I. P. Alimarin and V. N. Arkhangellakayat Goakhimizdato Moscow/Leningrad, 1949, 192 pages and four enclosures, 7 rublis 10 kopeks. SO: Uspekhi KhinU Vol 18, #6, 1949; Vol 19, #1, 1950 (W-10083) XCERPTA I-MICA Sec,12 Vol.11/3 Ophthalmology Mar5? 504. kRCHANGELSKIV.N. EyeClin.of thelstMed.Inst., Moscow.*Treat- nent of newgrowths of the iris with diathermy coagula- tion (Russian text) VUSTN.OFTAL. (Moak.) 1955, 34/2(36-42)lllus.A' On the basis of war experiences, elect rocoagulation has been used for the treat- ment of newgrowths of the iris since 1942. Up to now, 16 operations have been carried out according to a personal technique with strict indication. The observa- tion time was up to 12 years. There were 2 angtomas, I haemangio-endothelioma and 4 non-pigmented endothellomas; the rest were melanomas. The procedure con sists of surgical exposure of the irldal area concerned, lifting it anteriorly, and coagulation with the needle electrode under the guidance of a binocular loupe. The normal iridal tissue to loose, Infiltrated tissue is dense; the diathermic foci dis- tinguish themselves by their darker colour. Postoperative treatment with 0.11% eserine and 10% albucid sodium. All the patients operated on so far have been free of recurrences. Two cases are described; one of these has had good visual acuity with correction.sInce 1946. (XIT, 5, 16) 1. AAMMMI-VAYA, V. V. 2. 'USSR (600) 4. Plants - Frost Resistance 7. Relation of frost resistance in transplant material to the area from which shoots were procured. Via. SSSR 13 No. 4, 1953. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April _1953, Uncl. ARKWIGAISKAYA, V.V., kand. sellskokhozyay8tvannVkh nauk. W- -,. t-"- ~ ''. - ~~ Influnnee of temperature on the winterhardiness of grapeo [with mmmv.%r.v in French]. Izv. TSKhA,no,1(20):103-122 158. (HnU 11:4 ) . (viticuitnre) Q~' 15-1957-7-9291 Translation from, Referativnyy zhurn6l, Geologiya, 1957, Nr 7, pp, 75-76 (USSR) AUTHOR: Arkhangel'skaya, V. V. TITLE: The Problem of the Basic Rocks on the Southern Border of the Aldinskiy Shield (K voprosu ob osnovnykh porodakh yuzhnoy okrainy Aldanskogo shchita) PERIODICAL: Tr. Vses. aerogeol. tresta, 1956, vol 2, pp, 163-166 ABSTRACT: Rocks of uniform gabbroic composition, forming dikes and occasional small masses, cut through the Precambrian and lower Paleozole formations of the Aldanskiy shield. In the Gonam River basin, together with dikes of common composition and thickness, there occur three thick (up to 300 m) and long (tens of kilometers) dikes of quartz diabase which show the effects of extensive differentia- tion. It is possible that two of these are merely parts of one dike, separated by later faulting. The borders of the dikes consist of quartz-free diabase, locally Card 1/2 co-ntaining olivine; this rock gives way toward the cen- 15-1957-7-9291 The Problem of the Basic Rocks on the Southern Border of the Aldan- skiy Shield (Cont.) ter to quartz diabase, and further in to medium-grained gabbro- diabase; the central parts of the dikes (20-100 m) are composed of coarse- and medium-grained diabase containing nests of seg- regated dark pyroxene diorite with small quantities of quartz. The dikes were apparently intruded along large-scale northeast- erly trending faults; the author believes that these faults are branches of the large regional Gonamskiy fault, which was appar- ently already in existence in Lower Cambrian time and was active repeatedly in later times. Gard 2/2 S. P. Bryzgalina AUTHORS: Arkhangellskaya; V,.V., and Kats, A.G~ SOV/12-90-6-6/23 TITLE: /-__T'heAnnular 7ounta'in Range "Konderit (Kol:tsevoy khrebet Konder) PERIODICAL. Izvestiya vsesoyuznogo geograficheskogo obshchestva, 1958, Vol 90, Nr 6, PP 537 - 541 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In the Uchuro-Mayskiv Rayon, Amur Oblast', between the val- leys of the Rivers thys, and Oanya (the right tributary of the River Aim), above the low swamped flat top mountains of the Aldan Plateau, rises the bare mountain of the Konder mountain range - one of the most interesting and peculiar- ly shaped forms of the relief of this region. The mountain was explored for the first time in 1936 by B.P. Kulesh, then in 1940 by A.K, Matveyev. There is no information on it in published literature. In 1956, the authors conducted geological research on and around the mountain. Some of the results are set forth in this article. They describe the outer appearance of the mountain range forming the moun- tain, and the deep crater-like hollow within the range. The depression is drained by the "Konder" River, which is Card 1/2 formed by the confluence of numerous springs. The river The Annular Mountain Range "Konder" SOV/12-90-6-6/23 flows through the hollow in a meridional direction. The authors outline the.geological structure of the range. In its positive form of relief, the mountain has undoubtedly risen because of endogenous factors. The aggregate of all the factors mentioned in the article caused the present mor- phology of this mountain "Konder". There are I photo, I geological chart and 2 Soviet references.. Card 2/2 Jill ail! i it - ------------------- - v4w:.~ :~~ I I--V. ,:~r . ~,A-Nli##.Al , ahmawk Hydrothermal change in rocka of the Kamenka, clepoeit (Tranobaikalia). Trudy IGEM no.18:7'1-95 '59. (MM 12:10) (Transbaikalla.-Ore deposite) N ARKRAGELISKATA, VJ.; KATS, A.G. A I .. - Mesozoic igneous rocks in the eastern margin of the Aldan shield Sov.geol. 2 no.'4:67-82 Ap 1'59. (MIRA 12:7) 1. VeasoyuzrW institut u1nerallnogo syr1ya i Voesoyuznyy aerogeologi- cheekly treat. (Aldan Plateau--Rocks, Igneous) ARKHANGEL143 0 POLYAKOVA, 0. P., and TOMSON, I. N. "Methodological Questions of Mapping Ore-controlling Zones of Increased Jointing and the Technique of Compiling Large Scale Metallogenic-forecasting Maps" report presented at the First All-Union Conference on the Geology and Metallurgy of the Pacific Ocean Ore Belt, Vladivostok,, 2 October 1960 So.- Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdeniy, No. 1,, 1961, pages 119w.127 AIRKHANGHLIS It 4e-relationship between the lead-zinc mineralization and quartz- diorites in the Savinskof? No g 4- sit of eastern Trantbaikaliaw Geol.rud,mestorozh. no* .69:1 -19r. MIRA 15: 1. thatitut geologii, radnykh mestorozhdeniy, petrografil, minera- log# i gegkhimii AIR SSSR,, Moskva. - (Trans~aikalia-Ore deposits) (tfansbaikalia-Goological time) ARKHANGELISKAYA, V.V.; FOLYAKOVA, O.P. Some zones of ore deposition in eastern Transbaikalia and the basic' stages of their development. Zakonom. razm polezn. iskope 5:251-258 162. %MIHA 15:12) 1. Institut geologii rudnvkh mestorozhdaniy, pezrografii., mineralogii i geokhimii AN SSSR. (Transbaikalia-Ore deposits) ARMANGELISKAYA, V.V.; VOLIFSON, F.I., doktor geol.-mineral.nauk, --4-- -4-- - - (Geology of lead-zinc deposits in the Klichka ore region (eastern Transbaikalia).) Geologiia svintsovo-tsinkovykh mestorozhdenii Klichkinskogo rudnogo raiona (Vostochnoe Zabaikal'6). Moskva, 1963. 21) p. 'Akademiia nauk SSSR. Institut geologii rudnykh mestoroMdeiAit petrografii, mineralogii i geokhimii. Trudy, no. 93) RADKEVICH, Ye.A.;,ARKHAMELISKAYA, V.V.; POLYAKOVA, O.P ' It Some problems of the genesis and characteristics of the distri- bution of-lead-zinc deposits in eastern Transbaikalia. Trudy , IGEM no.83:529-540 163. (MIRA 16:11) ARKHANGELISKAYA, V.V. -- ----- - "... . - IAad(Wc deposits in the Klichka ore region. Trudy IGUI n0-83: 94-10Y 163. (MIRA 16:11). ARKHANGELISKAYA, V.V.; RCZOVj, B,S,; BYKHOVSKIY, L,Z,; CHETYRBOTSKAYA, I.I. New types of scandium-bearing raw materials, Razved. i okh. nedr 29 no,60-14 Je 163, (MIRA'18:11) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauohno-igoledovatellskiy institut mineralinogo syrlya (for Arkhangel'skaya). 2. Geologo-geokhimicheskiy trest (for Rozovp Bykhovskiy), 3, ISentrallrqy nauchno-isaledovatell- okiy gornoraviedochnyy institut tavetnykh rodkikh i blagorod- nykh metallovj, Moskva (for Chatyrbotskaya~- ARRHANG&LISKAYA I ftara,~terist-2:.wa ef the formation and c,,mpzsltion of pegmatlt-a- bera.-Ing granitoldg. G6ol. rrr-6t. rad. elem. no.2Z-.0-60 IIE-Y, (MTRA 17 - ) ARKHANGEL'SKAYA, V.V. -1 . - -.- Synnyr Massif of alkali rocks and its apatites. DoIcl, All SIIISR 158 no.3; 625-628 S 164. (MIRA 17:10) 1. Vsesoyuznyy institut minerallnogo syrIya. Preds~avleno Lkademikom V.I.Smirnovym. IRKIIANGELISKAYA, V.V. Concerning the prospects for apatite mineralization in the Synnyr massif of alkaline rocks in connection with the fea- tures of its geological structure. Razved. i okh. nedr. 30 no.llil-6 N 164. (MIRA 18t4) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut mineralinogo Syr,ya. ARKHANGELISKAYA, V.V. Genesis of pseud6leucites in the Synnyr massif of alkaline rocks. Dokl. AN SSSR 164 no.3:662-665 S 165. (MIRA 18:9) 11. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut mineralinago syrlya.Submitted June 3, 1965. _ARKH_AX_MV S kAYA' ARKHANGELISKIY, I. I. (Professor) and KHOT DIN, K. 1. (Scientifle Coworker) and ARKHANCELf SKAYA (Post-Graduate Student, Scientific Research institute of Veterinary Medicine, Kazakh Branch of-the All-Union Academy of Agricultural Sciences imeni Lenin.) On the pre-natal bacteriological diagnosis of paratyphoid'of calves. So: Veterinariya; 23; 1; January 1946; Uncl. TABCON 0 0 0 AMWNGBLOSKAYA, V.Yg- .- iqs-~'~~---~. [The becteriophoge and itg use in veterinary medicinej Bsktoriofog ago,primenento v voterinaril. Alm-At&, Kazakhokoe gos. isd-vo. 195 0. 19 p - (XLRA 10:2) (Bsaterio hagy) (Yeterloory medicine) Ip API(HANGELISKAYA, V. ARKHANGELISKIY, I. _Yd 4nd j 'Ion the Problem of Variability of the Anthrax Bacillus," Iz Ak Nauk Kazakh SSR, No 6, pp 15-21~ 1950 W-24635 zr--i9!;Z: -!DUvu2a.ld JO aO~iqg PaOUnAp~ Ub Ul GM03 01 JUa GGA143 0-:~ &SGjUI!6q PGAoad auio3aA Gp-,XO.Zp,~q UIRUUMIR GLI_T '!3C-lq.IG0O-la [bz;-1;30'Loun:mn UT GUTODPA 10;;)jO-l G141 SGSSFd -JTIG GU-lZ-Zt-.A apTXoipL9Li ~mu-uziijb- -4rjq,4 pGpwLjs ,iDuuuOaacl jo a2b;s rjaoubAr)a ULi U-r G,,IO.S, uo pub SGAIDD u0 SIUXT 'GUT;DDRA jaqjo fu-a ubqj s2ijd-uau-[nZ pub cjr+Tqq~&.1 paDnpoji GUTO.-)i;A ap-LXOlp,.Sq UfIU-,:jajt, UTUG'j 'I -J~ 10 i-V ;Zj~ U(d Ufl-llN,4 GLJ4 TC, L13UI;.Ia Lj)j--ZjjH GL14 Jo qSLI.-L Saj TOS qat, T~S*'U'Erj' It 0 . IoLiN 'T *Y, PU`b !SGOUe-,Z)C; U-1 S&IbPIPU~-f) 'S'll ~)UU 'YjbAOjT *D'a 'AOAD.147, ''jq ~ d D --suTlao'V S4Ttnrmq aortpoad '4stj i;Gu-[Ozlr-Aij _T UZc&SR Diseases of Farm Animals. Diseases Caused by R-1 Bacteria and Fungi. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Bi.ol., No 2, 1958, 7292. Author : I. I. Arkhangellskiy, P. F. Yarovoiy, D. D. Novak, Y.--XeArkhangellskaya, Sh. T. Rasulyev, V. 1. H. Inst :Not Given Title :Wide Experience in the Use of Aluminous Para- typhoid Vaccine on Calves in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Orig Pub: Nauch. tr. Uzbek. s-kh. in-ta, 1956, 10, 5-8 Abstract: By experiments on laboratory animals it has been shown that, the aluminous vaccine for para- typhoid of calves is more immunizing than Formol- vaccine. The aluminous vaccine proved entirely harmless to calves and expectant cows. Its use Card 1/2 Uh,SR / Diseases of Farm Animals. Diseases Caused by R-1 Bacteria and Fungi. Abs Jouv: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 2, 1958, 7292. Abstract: on farms having calves with paratyphoid, per- mitted the lowering of losses from paratyphoid to a minimum. Card 2/2 5 USSR / KicrobiolOgY. Microbes Pathog:,nic to --.,,;an md F-5 JLnimals. Bacteria. Bacteria of the Intostinal Group. ;,bs Jour: Rof Zhur-Biol. , No 16, 1958, ?2165. ..uthor .:,rkhempgol I skaya, V, Yo. , Bclcchontay,.;va, inst Kodicino of tho hazakh of tho ,11-Union ,Lcademy of ~iericultural Scion- cos imani V. I. Lenin. Title T_-st of ":ctive Pronortios of Tankor Paratyphoid Vaccino on Calvos. OriS Pub: Tr. In-ta vot. Kazakhsk. fil. T!_3YT_,`,7Ilj,, 1957, 8, 118-124. .Ibstract: No abstract. 55 SUBBOTINA, A.I.; ARKHANGELISKAYA, Ye.A.; PETROV, A.M. Chromatographic separation of sulfate and chromate ions. Trudy po khim.i khim.tekh. no.1018-120 163. (MIRA 17:12) ARKHANGELISKAYA, Ye.D.; ZARTPOV, M.M.; POLISKIY, Yu.Ye.; STEPANOV, V.G.; CITIRKIN, G.K.; SHEMN, L.Ya. Electron paramagnetic resonance of Cr3+ in K2Zn(804) - -6H20- Fiz. tver. tela 4 no.9:2530-2533 S 162. W4IW- 15:9) 1. Kazanakiy gosudarstve=yy universitet imeni V.I. Ullyanova- Lenina. (Paramagnetic resonance and relaxation) (Tuttonle salts) 7 7 L 41398-65 EEC(b)-2/Evfr(i)/T PI-4 IJP(c) GG ACCESSION NRi AR5009691 UR/0058/65/000/002/DO54/DO54 SMACE: Ref. zh. Mika, Abs. 2D399 AUTHORS: Arkhangellakk". Ye. D.; Vino jq!E2y,_Y,-X. ; Zar ay M. M. 1 Po.~ q~AX, Yu, Ye.; Stepan G. K.; Shektm L. Ya. ~t-p ~"* -I I I I - I - TIM: Investigation of paramagnetic resonance spectra in crystals -- C'ITED SOURCE: 8b. Itog. nauchn. konferentsiya Kazansk. un-ta za 196-0 g. Kazan', Ka.zansk. un-t, 1963, 3-4 WPIC TAGSt electron paramagnetic resonance, epr spectrum, Matal field symetry' spin Hwiltonian,, paramagnetic ion TRANSLATION: The results of research on epr In crystals are briefly listed. The 3+ 3+ spectrum of Gd In W2 is due to three types of Gd ions, which are in fields of cubic, tetragonal,, and trigoual s7wmetr7. The epr effect in BaTiS1,303 is due to Fe3+ 'ions in a trigonal field. The spectrum of the Cr 3+ ions that replace Zn 2+ in K2Zn(SO4) 2-6H20 is interpreted as corresponding to two magnetic cr3+( OR)6 acm- Card 1/2 7'77-77 -7. 77 7_'~'_ L 41398-65 AC M SION NR: AR5009691 ple"s. The constants of the corresponding spin Hamiltonians are obtained. 7he spectrum of Mn 2+ in E14CI is identified with the presence of three magnetically non-equivalent ions in a field of axial symmetry. The results of caleu!A- tions of the energy spectrum of a Daxvzmgnetic ion sitiiated in a field of axial symmetry, carried out in the approximation of a strong magnetic field, are uned t,o determine the constants of the spin Hamilton-tan of tin 24- in calcite. A. Vashman. am CGE t NP EMCM 00 ARK11UNGGELISKAYA, Ye. I. ARKEC-1.1EL'SKAYA, Ye. I.; "The dynamics of certa-in immunobiolo.-ical reactions in staphyloderma patients under treatment with staphylococcal antinhagin using various methods of administration". Leningrad, 1955. Rin Health R3FSR. Leningrad Sanitary-Hygierilc- Medical Inst. (Dissertations for the degree of Candidate of Medical Science.) SO: Knizimaya Letopis' No. 50 10 December 1955. Moscow. USSR/Y4dicine Roentgenology Card 1/1 Authors Arkhangellskaya Ye. I. Title X-ray diagnosis of affection of the stomach in systemic diseases of the lymphoid and reticulo-endothelial tissues Periodical Vest'~entgen i Radiol 1, 57-61, 1954 Abstract When lymphogranulomatosiif(#pdgkin's Disease) first appears in the stom- ach, it is difficult to distinguish,it from cancer or ulcers by X-ray. Other symptoms to look for are pointed out. Three references. Five photographs (X-rays). Institution : Central Clinical Roentgeno -Radiological Hospital, Ministry of Railways USSR. Submitted : Presented at the 40Q+h meeting of the Moscow Society of Roentgenologists and Radiologists on October 6,1952. AFaHANGE,15KAIA, le. E. ARKIIANGIMISKATA, Ye. P. : "The dynar&cs of the blind spot of one eye following injuries to the other one." Published by the Acad Sci Uzbek SSR. Tashkent State Medical Inst imeni V. 1-1. Molotov. Tashkent, 1956. ( Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Medical Science.) Knizhnaya letopis', No. 31, 1956. Moscow.