Eduction Concept of the Earth's Expansion Theory
Main Grounds, Paleomagnetic and Geodetic Evidences, Metallogenic Consequences
This text covers topics including: evidences for eduction from geology and geophysics; methods for determining the ancient Earth's radii; space geodesy and plate tectonics; vectors of plate displacements compared with the geological data; and origin of ore-bearing zones.
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PART 1: EDUCTION CONCEPT OF EARTH'S EXPANSION EARTH'S EXPANSION Spreading in mid-oceanic ridges as evidence for Earth's expansion Reconstructions of former position of continents Eduction instead of subduction Objections against Earth's expansion EVIDENCES FOR EDUCTION FROM GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS Deep-sea drilling results Seismofocal zones and eduction Tectonic nature of seismofocal zones Structure of seismofocal zones as provided by seismological data Explanation of seismological data according to the subduction and eduction viewpoints Main geological phenomena at the continent-ocean margins from eduction and subduction points of view DEVELOPMENT OF THE EARTH ACCORDING TO EDUCTION CONCEPT OF ITS EXPANSION Preliminary tectonic comments The causes of folding Three types of the Earth's lithosphere PART 2: GEODETIC AND PALEOMAGNETIC EVIDENCES OF THE EARTH'S EXPANSION INTRODUCTION A. DETERMINATION OF THE ANCIENT EARTH'S SIZE BY PALEOMAGNETIC DATA POSSIBILITIES OF PALEOMAGNETIC DETERMINATIONS Materials Geological limits in application of paleomagnetic methods of determination of the ancient Earth's size METHODS FOR DETERMINING THE ANCIENT EARTH'S RADII SUGGESTED BEFORE 1968 The Egyed method Cox and Doell determinations The Bilinski method Khramov et al. determinations Methods of spherical triangles The method of comparing intersections of paleomeridians and position of virtual van Hilten's poles J. Hospers and S.C. van Andel determinations The Ward statistic method PALEOMAGNETIC DATA ON EARTH EXPANSION The result view The Chudinov-Tertitski method and its results Possibilities of determining the Earth size changing by paleomagnetic data B. DATA OF THE SPACE GEODESY SPACE GEODESY AND PLATE TECTONICS Methods of obtaining data and principles of their processing The plate model content The plate model for space geodesy Space geodesy for the plate model DEPENDENCY OF CORRELATION BETWEEN PREDICTED AND ESTIMATED VALUES IN SPACE GEODETIC CALCULATIONS ON RANDOM CONDITIONS. VELOCITY VECTORS OF PLATE'S MOTION Data of space geodetic calculations in literature Dependency of connections between predicted and estimated velocity vectors of stations on direction of predicted displacement Graphics of the correlation of absolute values of predicted by the plate tectonics and conceived estimated vectors VECTORS OF PLATE DISPLACEMENTS COMPARED WITH THE GEOLOGICAL DATA Areas of active join of continents and oceans Plate velocity vectors in some regions MEASUREMENTS OF DISTANCES BETWEEN STATIONS AS EVIDENCES OF EARTH'S EXPANSION Influence of the neglected Earth expansion on the results of cosmogeodetic calculations Determination of distances between stations Changes of distances between stations, predicted on the basis of the plate tectonics and conceived estimated, compared with consequences from the eduction model of the Earth expansion The plate model and great circles of the Earth sphere Minimum values of possible expansion of the Earth Estimation of neglected Earth's expansion from changes of distances between stations Geometrical estimation of the error of neglected expansion of the Earth Comparison of indirect estimations of the Earth's expansion velocity by space geodetic data with estimations obtained by other methods CONCLUSION PART 3: ABOVE-SEISMOFOCAL ORE ZONATION AS A CONSEQUENCE OF EDUCTION RECONSTRUCTION OF ORE-BEARING ABOVE-SEISMOFOCAL ZONES AND THEIR INNER ARRANGEMENT Reconstruction of location of ancient seismofocal zones Above-paleoseismofocal ore zones within ore belts Succession of above-seismofocal ore zones within ore belts ORIGIN OF ORE-BEARING ZONES Changes in character of ore compounds in ore zones Boiling points of ore compounds The fabric of ore formation due to eduction Eduction verus subduction CONCLUSION