June 28-July 03, 2019. An expedition of researchers of GC ras to the area of the Lower Kansky granitoid massif (Zheleznogorsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory) took place to conduct geodynamic observations. The field work was carried out as part of the RSF project No. 18-17-00241 “Study of the sustainability of rock masses based on system analysis of geodynamic processes for geo-environmentally safe underground isolation of radioactive waste” in collaboration with the Institute for Safe Development of Nuclear Energy of RAS and with technical support from the Zheleznogorsky branch of FSUE NO RAO.
B. Dzeboev, Head of the Geophysical Data Laboratory, A. Manevich, Research Fellow of the Geodynamics Laboratory and Junior Researcher of the Geodynamics Laboratory I. Losev took part in the expedition.
Researchers of GC RAS performed a cycle of observations of modern movements of the Earth's crust based on global GPS/GLONASS navigation satellite systems in the area of construction of the future deep radioactive waste disposal site.
In the photo from left to right: I. Losev, Jack Russell Terrier Ralph, B. Dzeboev, A. Manevich, S. Zabrodin.