Megasynclinorium | Article about Megasynclinorium by The Free Dictionary
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a complex folded mountain structure consisting of several anticlinoria and synclinoria grouped so that a synclinal structure is located in the central part—for example, in the western part of the Verkhoiano-Chukotka folded region between the Verkhoiansk anticlinorium and the Kolyma median mass.
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The Ural superdeep borehole (SG-4) was drilled in the western limb of the Tagil megasynclinorium
with the aim of comprehensive study of the Palaeozoic section of the Ural typical eugeosynclinal zone.