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Wang, S., Hearn, T., Xu, Z., Ni, J., Yu, Y., and Zhang, X., 2002, Velocity structure of uppermost mantle beneath China continent from P VELOCITY VARIATION BENEATH CHINA CONTINENT AND DEEP STRUCTURE BACKGROUND FOR STRONG EARTHQUAKE PREPARATION. Liu (2010) Deep structure and origin of active volcanoes in China.

During 2004—2009 authors worked out a problem of up-to-date geodynamic heterogeneity of the Eurasian continent with establishing the north Eurasian lithosphere plate and some transit zones between it and neighboring plates. (Geology and Mineralogy), Vernadsky State Geological Museum RAS (Moscow), Main Scientific Researcher E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]**Tatiana V. (Geology and Mineralogy), Professor, Academician of Russian Academy of Science, Vernadsky State Geological Museum RAS (Moscow), Main Scientific Researcher E-mail: [email protected]****Galina L. D (Geology and Mineralogy), International Institute of Earthquake Prediction and Mathematical Geophysics RAS (Moscow), Senior Scientific Researcher E-mail: [email protected] 2004—2009 authors worked out a problem of up-to-date geodynamic heterogeneity of the Eurasian continent with establishing the north Eurasian lithosphere plate and some transit zones between it and neighboring plates.

The zones consist of numerous blocks limited by active faults, and what’s more the maximal tectonic activity coincides with interblock zones. Vladova Up-to-Date Block Structure of Central Asia in Geophysical Fields *Yury G. Prokhorova, International Institute of Earthquake Prediction and Mathematical Geophysics RAS (Moscow), Scientific Researcher E-mail: [email protected]***Dmitry V. The zones consist of numerous blocks limited by active faults, and what's more the maximal tectonic activity coincides with interblock zones.

Since 2009 we fulfilled the closer definition of block boundaries and interblock zones in central Asia. Since 2009 we fulfilled the closer definition of block boundaries and interblock zones in central Asia.

(2010) Tracing the Indian lithospheric mantle beneath central Tibetan Plateau using teleseismic tomography.

P., 2006, High-resolution mantle tomography of China and surrounding regions: Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, v.

Heat-flow values increase up to 80-100 μW/m 2 and more in interblock zones, which are situated in boundaries of Hangay, Amurian, Tibet’s, and Tarim blocks as well as in some inner continental rifts. Heat-flow values increase up to 80-100 |j W/m2 and more in interblock zones, which are situated in boundaries of Hangay, Amu-rian, Tibet's, and Tarim blocks as well as in some inner continental rifts.

Some of heat-flow anomalies can be connected with mantle plumes under Hangay and north part of the Amurian Block. Some of heat-flow anomalies can be connected with mantle plumes under Hangay and north part of the Amurian Block.

At the same time some geologists suppose, that it passes more east along the Sakhalin Fault and a segment of the Japanese subduction zone [Ashurkov et al. But in such case the east part of the south boundary of this structure will cross nearly perpendicularly NNE active faults in the east China Sea and Korean Peninsula. The crust thickness changes in central Asia from 25-30 km in the east up to 50—75 km in the west under Tibet and neighboring blocks. The crust thickness changes in central Asia from 25-30 km in the east up to 50—75 km in the west under Tibet and neighboring blocks. Up-to-Date Block Structure of Central Asia in Geophysical Fields Introduction Central Asia includes a territory situated between the Lake Baikal, upper Enisei, Ob and Irtish in the north, east Kazakhstan, Tienshan and the Pamirs in the west, southwest China and the Himalayas in the south, the middle course of the Amur River and costs of the east and south China seas in the east (Figure 1). The lithosphere thickness changes in the same direction from 60—80 km up to 120—150 km, but it decreases up to 100 km and less under inner continental rifts coinciding with interblock zones. The lithosphere thickness changes in the same direction from 60—80 km up to 120—150 km, but it decreases up to 100 km and less under inner continental rifts coinciding with interblock zones. The territory is characterized by a complicated geologic structure and history with development of numerous suture zones of different ages. "Geodynamics of Eurasia-Plate Tectonics and Block Tectonics." Geotectonics 38.1 (2004): 1 — 16. Besides that some scientists suppose existing here double subduction process: one to the north from the Indian Plate and the other to the south from Tarim and Qaidam [Kao et al. We think that due to such process model velocities of the horizontal displacement sharply diminish north of Tarim (Figure 2). At the same time model vectors of horizontal displacement form a characteristic divergence with a west deflection (10° NE — 350° NW) near the west syntax of the Himalayas in NW Tibet and Tienshan and east deflection up to 50—70° NE and more near the east syntax in SE Tibet, Qaidam and in the west of the Sichuan Province of China. Liu, M., Cui, X., and Liu, F., 2004, Cenozoic rifting and volcanism in eastern China: A mantle dynamic link to the Indo-Asian collision?

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