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|Title:||Bottom sediment thickness as an indicator of sedimentation rate and deposition environment on the Northwestern Shelf of the Black Sea|
|Authors:||Tuleneva, Nataliia Vitaliivna|
Suchkov, Igor O.
Fedoronchuk, Natalya O.
Федорончук, Наталя Олександрівна
Федорончук, Наталья Александровна
Сучков, Ігор Олександрович
Сучков, Игорь Александрович
|Citation:||“From the caspian to mediterranean: environmental change and human response during the quaternary (2013–2017) : international geoscience programe : proceedings of the first plenary conference (Tbilisi, 12–19 Oct. 2013). – Tbilisi, 2013.|
|Keywords:||Holocene sediment thickness|
northwestern Black Sea shelf
|Series/Report no.:||;C. 147-151.|
|Abstract:||The northwestern Black Sea shelf is an outstanding area for research. On one hand, its geomorphological features and geological structure make it possible to trace the course of transgressions, and on the other hand, the place is rich in paleoanthropologic data on the adjoining land surface (Yanko-Hombach, 2011). Detailed reconstructions of its geologic history allow an understanding of the environmental influence on human development, and the results of investigation may be used to search for ancient human settlements within the shelf area now covered by sea. In this work, we present data about the distribution of thicknesses in Holocene sediments (Drevne- and Novochernomorian time) and their connection with the bottom relief of the northwestern Black Sea shelf.|
|Description:||"From the Caspian to Mediterranean: Environmental change and human response during the quaternary" (2013-2017), IGCP 610, (1; 2013; Tbilisi). Proceedings, 12-19 October 2013 / "From the Caspian to Mediterranean: Environmental change and human response during the quaternary" (2013-2017), IGCP 610, (1; 2013; Tbilisi) ; Georgia Ilia state univ., Inst. of Earth sciences, International geoscience programme ; ed. in chief: A. Gilbert . – Tbilisi, 2013 .|
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