Berdichevsky Mark Haumovich( PhD (1954), Doctor of Technical Sciences (1967). Professor of Geophysics, Geological Faculty (1969).)
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Biography Berdichevsky Mark Haumovich
Born April 2, 1923, Mr.. G. Kiev. He graduated from the Geological Faculty of Moscow State University (1949).
PhD (1954), Doctor of Technical Sciences (1967). Professor of Geophysics, Geological Faculty (1969).
Member of the Academy of Natural Sciences (1993), foreign member of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1991). Member of the Scientific Council of RAS on geomagnetism. Soviet representative in the working group on electromagnetic induction in the Earth International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (1972-1980). Editor-in card electrical earth's crust in the USSR. Member of the editorial board of the journal Physics of the Earth.
. Research interests: deep geoelectric (global magnetovariational sounding, geomagnetic profiling, deep magnetotelluric sounding), theory and technique of electrical and deep geoelectric studies
. By methods of magnetotelluric profiling and magnetovariational Intelligence. Participated in the magnetotelluric survey of Western Siberia, which led to the discovery of the world's largest gas field Urengoyskoye. Topic of Ph.D. thesis: Electric prospecting by telluric currents. Subject doctoral dissertation: The method of magnetotelluric profiling.
. Taught a course on the geological department of Electrical and MGRI, special courses theory of geophysical fields, additional chapters on electrical exploration, theory of electromagnetic sounding of the Earth's geology department.
. By 40 candidates and 2 doctors.
. He has published over 300 articles and 6 monographs
. Major works:
. - Electrical prospecting method of telluric currents (1960),
. - Electrical prospecting method of magnetotelluric profiling (1968),
. - Interpretation of the anomalies of alternating electromagnetic field of the Earth (1981),
. - Advanced Theory of Deep Geomagnetic Sounding (1984),
. - Deep geoelectric in the ocean (1988),
. - Magnetotelluric sounding of the horizontally-homogeneous media (1991).