Gaynanov Adonis Garifyanovich( Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1953), Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1977). Professor (1978), Acting Head of Department (1978-1980) Geophysics, Geological Facul)
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Biography Gaynanov Adonis Garifyanovich
Born January 27, 1927. in d. Ulkundy Duvanskogo district Bashkir ASSR. He graduated from the Geological Faculty of Moscow State University (1949).
Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1953), Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (1977). Professor (1978), i.o. Head of Department (1978-1980) Geophysics, Geological Faculty.
. Member of the Scientific Council of RAS on geophysical methods of exploration, a member of the working group structure and evolution of oceanic lithosphere, a member of the Presidium of the interdepartmental council of MSU scientists on oceans
. A member of a specialized council in Geophysics, Moscow State University (1986, chairman in 1980-1985).
. Awarded Medal, . dedicated to 150 anniversary of the opening of the Russian Antarctic expedition (1970), . Medal 100 years of the International Geophysics, for his outstanding contribution to the international geophysical projects (1982), . Medal of Merit in the exploration for mineral resources (1983), . Veteran of Labor (1985), . Excellent sign prospecting for mineral resources,
. He was awarded the title of Honorary Professor of Moscow State University (1996).
. Research interests: marine gravity observations and their geological interpretation, . Identification of the basic laws of the deep structure of the crust, . lithosphere, . asthenosphere (tectonosphere) the seas and oceans, and prediction of mineral deposits in the bottom waters, . studying the deep Earth from satellite observations,
. In 1951, Mr.. began marine gravimetric studies of deep structure of the crust in the transition zone from the Asian continent to the Pacific Ocean. In 1954-1955,. performed the first Soviet measurements of gravity in the Antarctic waters and began systematic measurements of gravity in the Antarctic and Antarctic waters. In 1957-1958. continued gravimetric studies in the Pacific Ocean on Program III IGY. In 1969-1971. gravimetric studies carried out in the Atlantic Ocean near Iceland. He has made a significant contribution to the establishment of marine on-board gravity meters (4 certificates of authorship), aimed at improving the accuracy and automation of the measurement of gravity at sea. As a result of continuous gravity surveys in the North Atlantic, were first revealed symmetrical about the axis of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge gravity anomaly is not related to topography and changes in crustal thickness. Under his leadership, compiled and published gravity maps averaged in one-degree trapezes values of gravity anomalies in the reduction Faya, . Bug, . and the first time in the Glennie and isostatic reductions at different scales for the Pacific, . Atlantic and Indian Oceans,
. Joint interpretation of gravity anomalies in the reduction Glennie and paleomagnetic data allowed to establish empirical anomalies Glennie depending on the age of ocean floor. Ha based integrated interpretation of gravimetric, . seismic and other geological and geophysical data compiled crustal density models, . lithosphere, . asthenosphere and upper mantle of geotraverse, . crossing the Pacific transition zone and the main morphological structure of the Pacific, . Atlantic and Indian Oceans,
. Identifying promising for oil and gas areas in the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans. Topic of Ph.D. thesis: Geological results of gravimetric survey in the Caspian Sea. Subject doctoral dissertation: Gravity study of deep structure of the bottom of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans.
. Gives lectures gravity, courses Marine gravimetric, technique and interpretation of marine geophysical data on the geological department, led a special seminar Interpretation of gravity and magnetic data.
. By 11 candidates of sciences.
. He has published over 300 scientific papers.
. Major works:
. - Anomalous gravitational fields Far marginal seas and adjacent Pacific Ocean (co-author
. A. Pavlov, PA Stroyev, P. M. Sychev and IK Tuezov, 1974),
- Gravimetric studies of Earth's crust of the Atlantic Ocean (co-author. ED Koryakin, VR Melikhov, 1975),
- Gravimetric study the crust of the oceans (1980),
- Methods of finding oil and gas in waters (al. BA Sokolov, 1985),
- Marine gravimetric (al. VL Panteleyev, 1991).