Radiological and Hydrochemical Investigation of Underground Water of Issyk-Kul Region

  • Azamat Tynybekov
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Issyk-Kul basin is closed lake with an area along watersheds 22,080 km2. In terms of geological this is synclinal structure in eastern part of plicate area of north Tien-Shan, which is characterized with difficult many stores building with predominance in mixture of abyssal and metamorphic rocks of Riphean-low Paleozoic age. In terms of hydrogeological this is a difficult intermountain artesian basin Mesozoic age in the central part basin, which is symmetrical framed from south and north of Teskei and Kungei hydro-geological massifs. Displaying the newest tectonics essentially affect the hydrogeological situation of region. Feature of that is increasing the amplitude of newest deformation from west to east and from north to south. Radiological and hydrochemical characterization of underground waters in quaternary deposits of Issyk-Kul lake coastal zone was analyzed.


Underground Water Carbonaceous Shale Quaternary Deposit Structure Floor Artesian Basin 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Azamat Tynybekov
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  1. 1.Kyrgyz Russia Slavonic UniversityBishkekKyrgyzstan

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