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# The Density Model of the Crystalline Crust the Southwestern Part of the Lipetsk Region

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## Abstract

The problems of constructing a detailed three-dimensional density model of the upper crust of the Voronezh crystalline massif using gravimetric and petrophysical data are considered. The obtained model shows the main features of the volumetric structure of the research area.

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Gravity field Detailed density modeling Geological structure Petrophysical database## References

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