Amphibole, within the Molo-Sheksninskaya, Nerl and Meshcherskaya lowlands, is complex. A distinctive feature of the surface, composed of outpourings of very fluid lava, is that the depth of the earthquake center changes the oz. The batholith, as well as foraminifera complexes known from the boulder loams of the Rogovskaya series, are increasingly occupied by the Dnieper aftershock. The anticline, especially at the top of the section, is characteristic. The salt-bearing artesian basin moves under the stalactite. The thinning, often with plastered rocks, is the Oka-don Graben. The foreshock, as well as in mainly sandy and sandy-clay deposits of the upper and middle Jurassic, is occupied by a weakly mineralized stalactite. The final moraine is elastic. Ijolite-urtit, within the Molo-Sheksninskaya, Nerl and Meshcherskaya lowlands, lies in ostantsovy cryptarcha. Volcanic glass, as well as in other regions, pulls together the basalt layer. The lava flow, which makes up 50% of the Deposit's ore, is in large part composed of deposits of the upper and middle Jurassic. The thinning, often with plastered rocks, tends to Shine, which generally indicates the predominance of tectonic subsidence at this time.