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Title: Series of accumulative terraces from Dneprovskoe village to Ochakov Cape
Authors: Konikov, Yevhenii G.
Kravchuk, Anna O.
Citation: Black sea – mediterranean corridor during the last 30 ky: sea level change and human adaptation (2005–2009) : ІІ plenary meeting and field trip of project IGCP-521 (Odessa, 20–28 August 2006). – Odessa : Astroprint, 2006.
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Astroprint
Keywords: Vityazevian age
Series/Report no.: ;C.14
Abstract: Accumulative terraces (beach ridges) are located sporadically along the mainland shore over a distance of about 10 km.Their width ranges from 20-30 m to 300-500 m at the Adzhigol'skaya spit and Ochakov cape (Fig. 22).The geological structure of these terraces is essentially similar (Fig. 23). Near the cliff of the mainland coast, they have elevations 1.5-2.3 m above the liman level. Here, the sandy deposits of beach facies are covered by a layer of modern muddy diluvium averaging 0.3-0.7 m in thickness. Closer to the water line, the diluvium pinches out, and the upper unit consists of shellrich sandy deposits of the modern beach.Underlying the aforementioned sequence are moderately sorted sands with layers of shells and shell detritus.According to sediment cores, their thickness at the Adzhigol'skaya spit and Ochakov cape is 3.5-5.0 m and 10-11 m, respectively.Based on molluscan assemblages, the age of these deposits is Kalamitian- Dzhemetinian.The upper sequence of layers with typical Kalamitian molluscs is located at absolute elevations ranging from -5 to 0.2 m.The typical Kalamitian-Dzhemetinian waveformed(beach facies) deposits are underlain by muddy sands of Vityazevian age
Description: Друга пленарна конференція та польові екскурсії з Проекту IGCP-521 «Чорноморсько-Середземноморський Коридор упродовж останніх 30 тисяч років: мінливість рівня моря й адаптація людини» (2005-2009).Путівник.-Одеса:Астрапринт,2006
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