Suujin tal structure can be recognized from 500km in height by looking at
Google Earth or SASPlanet orthophoto satellite imagery. The center of the
structure is located 170 km north of Mongolia's southern border with China.
It was developed on the central Mongolian fault. This tectonic activity created
the Suujin tal structure, as well as some other objects such as the Han
Bogd granite intrusion, Zuunbayan valley, Naarst uplift and other. Part of the
aforementioned fault intersects Suujin tal in the direction of SSW-NNE in
an almost straight line over 50 km. Within this area are historical radioactive
anomalies 2453/529, 2453/530, 2453/531, 2453/511, 2453/512, and 2453/513
which were discovered by Soviet geologists during explorations carried out
from 1979 - 1981. During a recent study of uranium at this site, a database
was established, which include: raster and vector data - various maps, historic
points of registered anomalies, recent field observation points, radioactivity
measuring, airborne survey data, documentation photographs, and others.
In this paper, the main principles of procedures for mapping and database
designing, which are using in this kind of explorations, will be presented.
B. Vakanjac, “Data Science Assessment in Exploration of Radioactivity and Uranium Distribution at Suujin Tal Structure in South-East Mongolia,” in Sinteza 2020 - International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research, Belgrade, Singidunum University, Serbia, 2020, pp. 48-52. doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2020-48-52
Vakanjac, B. (2020). Data Science Assessment in Exploration of Radioactivity and Uranium Distribution at Suujin Tal Structure in South-East Mongolia. Paper presented at Sinteza 2020 - International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research. doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2020-48-52