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Solid Earth, 7, 1269-1280, 2016
http://www.solid-earth.net/7/1269/2016/
doi:10.5194/se-7-1269-2016
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31 Aug 2016
New data on geology of the Southern Urals: a concise summary of research after the period of EUROPROBE activity
Victor N. Puchkov Institute of Geology, Ufa Scientific Centre, K. Marx Str. 16/2, Ufa 450077, Russia
Abstract. The period of official activity of the EUROPROBE commission was conducted in the Urals with implementation of the URALIDES program, which stimulated many qualified geologists from western research institutes and universities to come to the region and work with local geologists on topical problems of Uralian geology. The author aims to answer questions as to what interesting results have been obtained in the Southern Urals in the last decade, after most foreign researchers left the Urals, and how these results correspond to the scientific conclusions that had been reached before.

Citation: Puchkov, V. N.: New data on geology of the Southern Urals: a concise summary of research after the period of EUROPROBE activity, Solid Earth, 7, 1269-1280, doi:10.5194/se-7-1269-2016, 2016.
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The period between 1991 and 2005 was a time when many western geologists came to the Urals to get a closer look at this famous and extraordinarily rich region. The main reason was an openness policy of the USSR government, when foreigners were admitted to this area that was formerly almost closed. The co-operation of the western geologists with local specialists was very fruitful. The author aimed to describe the most interesting findings in Uralian geology after the learned guests left.
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