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System for Collecting, Processing, Visualization, and Storage of the MT-Monitoring Data

Research Station of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Bishkek, Bishkek 720049, Kyrgyzstan
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Received: 20 May 2019 / Revised: 3 July 2019 / Accepted: 12 July 2019 / Published: 14 July 2019
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Overcoming Data Scarcity in Earth Science)
On the basis of the Research Station of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Bishkek, a unique scientific infrastructure—a complex geophysical station—is successfully functioning, realizing a monitoring of geodynamic processes, which includes research on the network of points of seismological, geodesic, and electromagnetic observations on the territory of the Bishkek Geodynamic Proving Ground located in the seismically active zone of the Northern Tien Shan. The scientific and practical importance of monitoring the geodynamical activity of the Earth’s crust takes place not only in seismically active regions, but also in the areas of the location of particularly important objects, mining, and hazardous industries. Therefore, it seems highly relevant to create new software and hardware to study geodynamic processes in the earth’s crust of seismically active zones, based on integrated monitoring of the geological environment in the widest possible depth range. The use of modern information technology in such studies provides an effective data management tool. The considering system for collecting, processing, and storing monitoring electromagnetic data of the Bishkek geodynamic proving ground can help overcome the scarcity of experimental data in the field of Earth sciences. View Full-Text
Keywords: Dataset Licensedatabase; geophysical monitoring; magnetotelluric monitoring; processing Dataset Licensedatabase; geophysical monitoring; magnetotelluric monitoring; processing
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Bataleva, E.; Rybin, A.; Matiukov, V. System for Collecting, Processing, Visualization, and Storage of the MT-Monitoring Data. Data 2019, 4, 99.

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