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Employees of laboratory carried out the field investigations on Kamchatka, Koryak Upland, Novosibirsk Islands, and Crimea. Besides, the materials from South-Anui zone (Western Chukotka) and Far East were work up. The main field areas are Kamchatka and south part of Koryak Upland.
General geological setting of Kamchatka in the Russian Far East.
Numbers in black circle marks the studied locations. 1 - Cape Vitgenshtein, 2 - Anastasia Bay, 3 - Ilpi and Matysken Rivers, 4 - Tapel'vayam River, 5 - Cape Tevi, 6 - Shamanka Dome, 7 - Vatapvayam Dome, 8 - Palana River, 9 - Rassoshina River, 10 - Omgon Range, 11 - Cape Hairuzova, 12 - Moroshechnyi Range, 13 - Krutogorova River, 14 - Oblukovina River, 15 - Left Andrianovka River, 16 - Karaginskii Island, 17 - Kumroch Range.
History of field study of Kamchatka and Koryak Upland
Jasper with inoceramus (Vatyna Group)
Pillow-basalt (Vatyna Group)
The Flysch (Ukelayat Supergroup)
1996 -Tapelivayam River (south part of Koryak Upland ) (Soloviev et al., 2001).
The flysch (Lesnaya Group)
Chert (Irunei Group)
The tectonic block, basalts
Folds in siliceous olistoliths, northwards of Palana River
2000 - Karaginskii Island (Eastern Kamchatka) (Shapiro et al., 2004).
Hairuzova Cape, Moroshechnii Range (Western Kamchatka).
rocks, the Upper Oligocene - Lower Miocene, Hairuzova Cape, Western Kamchatka.
2001 - the Platonich River and Baraba Mountain area (The Sredinnyi Range, Kamchatka), (Soloviev et al., 2004).
The Kumroch Range and Kamchatskii Cape Peninsula (Eastern Kamchatka), (Soloviev et al., 2004).
The flysch (Drozdovka Group, the Kumroch Range)
The cut-off structure in the flysch (Tushevka Basin, Eastern Kamchatka)
The uplifted erosion surface (Kamchatskii Cape Peninsula)
The Sredinnyi Range, The Krutogorova River
The Left Andrianovka River
2004 - The Kolpakova River (The Sredinnyi Range, Kamchatka)
The Sredinnyi Range, The Kolpakova River