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A REPORT ON DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN GROUND WATERS WAS MADE ON THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL IN THE INSTITUTE OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS


May 4, 2018

The next meeting of the Scientific Council of the Institute of Geology and Geophysics of ANAS was opened by Deputy Director in Science, corresponding member of ANAS Dadash Huseynov.

D.Huseynov acquainted the participants with the meeting review.

Then, the Head of the department of geochemistry and fluid dynamics of sedimentary basins of the IGG, laureate of the State Award, academician A.A. Feizullayev made a report on “Dissolved organic matter in ground waters as an supplementary source of hydrocarbon generation”. The scientist told about the underground hydrosphere of the sedimentary basins, forming part of a single water-rock system. The continuous interaction and matter interchange occur between its components, the intensity of which depends on a complex of geological factors. The dynamic balance during its geological evolution established due to interaction processes between water and host rock of in this system during its geological evolution. The report aroused interest.

Then correspondent member of ANAS Dadash Huseynov informed about the training program to the Azerbaijan Science Festival and the program of the republican scientific event will be held on October, 9-24 at the initiative of the Academy of Sciences. The scientist said that the opening of the Science Festival will be held in the main building of ANAS. There will also held an exhibition in the Ministry of Emergency Situations, scientific conferences in academic institutions, some universities, educational complexes of Nakhchyvan Autonomous Republic, Sumgayit, Guba, Lyankaran, Mingechaur, Sheki and Ganja. The festival program includes entertaining scientific exhibitions, exhibitions, scientific quizzes, concert programs, excursions.

A number of research programs were discussed and confirmed during the Scientific Council.

The meeting is concluded with the discussion of current problems.













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Institute of Geology and Geophysics of ANAS