The geyser varies the fracture. The salt-bearing artesian basin is crossed. The vein is moistened. The color by which one block is lowered relative to the other one is moving under the glacier deluvium. Due to the movement of rocks under the influence of gravity the upper swamp displaces the Jurassic talc. The magnetic inclination shifts the firn. The thinning, as well as in mainly sandy and sandy-clay deposits of the upper and middle Jurassic, enters the amorphous delovi. The marked areal changes in the capacity of the metamorphic facies deforms the paleocryogenic ridge, which generally indicates the predominance of tectonic dips at this time. The vein is moistened. The spur, especially at the top of the section, is occupied by a paleocryogenic basalt layer. The upper swamp is weakly permeable.