Last edited by JoJozilkree
Monday, May 18, 2020 | History

1 edition of Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform found in the catalog.

Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform

M. Sosson

Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform

by M. Sosson

  • 192 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Geological Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Structural Geology,
  • Basins (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by M. Sosson ... [et al.].
    SeriesGeological Society special publication -- 340
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE615 .S436 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 509 p. :
    Number of Pages509
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25565895M
    ISBN 101862393087
    ISBN 109781862393080
    OCLC/WorldCa642841658

    THE GEOLOGY OF THE CAUCASUS Introduction Th e structure and geological evolution of the Caucasian segment of the Black Sea-Caspian Sea region (Figure 1) are largely determined by its position between the still converging Eurasian and Africa-Arabian lithosphere plates, within a wide zone of continent-continent collision. Problems of. Late Cretaceous to recent kinematics of SE Anatolia (Turkey) In Sosson, M. Kaymakci, N., Stephenson, R., Starostenko, V. and Bergerat, F. (Eds.) Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform.

      T. Yegorova and V. Gobarenko, “Structure of the Earth’s crust and upper mantle of West-and East Black Sea Basins revealed from geophysical data and their tectonic implications,” in Sedimentary Basin Tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform, Vol. of Geol. Soc. London, Spec. Publ., Ed. by M. Sosson, N. Kaymakci Cited by: 6.   A Brief Tectonic History of the Arabian basin. The vast hydrocarbon accumulation s of the basin. Basin s of the Upper Jurassic are directly tied to the tectonic evolution of the Arabian Plate. This section attempts to trace the development of the northeast margin of the Arabian Plate a development accumulation the vast accumulation of the source, reservoir, and seal Rocks of the .

    @article{osti_, title = {Tectonic framework of Turkish sedimentary basins}, author = {Yilmaz, P O}, abstractNote = {Turkey's exploration potential primarily exists in seven onshore (Southeast Turkey platform, Tauride platform, Pontide platform, East Anatolian platform, Interior, Trace, and Adana) basins and four offshore (Black Sea, Marmara Sea, Aegean Sea, and Mediterranean Sea. @article{osti_, title = {Tectonic framework of Turkish sedimentary basins}, author = {Yilmaz, P.O.}, abstractNote = {Turkey's exploration potential primarily exists in seven onshore (Southeast Turkey platform, Tauride platform, Pontide platform, East Anatolian platform, Interior, Trace, and Adana) basins and four offshore (Black Sea, Marmara Sea, Aegean Sea, and Mediterranean Sea.


Share this book
You might also like
Boyfriends, burritos & an ocean of trouble

Boyfriends, burritos & an ocean of trouble

TASP

TASP

Platinum-substitute materials as electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction

Platinum-substitute materials as electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction

Allan Quartermain

Allan Quartermain

In great haste

In great haste

James the Seventh by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland ...

James the Seventh by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland ...

Nubian exodus

Nubian exodus

Cause of variation in per cent of fat of market cream from farm separators

Cause of variation in per cent of fat of market cream from farm separators

Binary aqueous and CO₂ containing mixtures and the Krichevskii parameter

Binary aqueous and CO₂ containing mixtures and the Krichevskii parameter

Interviews imaginaires

Interviews imaginaires

Apanese conservatives and foreign affairs

Apanese conservatives and foreign affairs

Communications systems analysis

Communications systems analysis

Not all warriors

Not all warriors

Mississippi farmers, 1850-1860.

Mississippi farmers, 1850-1860.

Bittersweet triumph

Bittersweet triumph

Storm over the Constitution.

Storm over the Constitution.

Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform by M. Sosson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy Sedimentary Basin Tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform - Special Publication (Geological Society Special Publication) on FREE SHIPPING on. Buy Sedimentary Basin Tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabi an Platform (): NHBS - Edited By: M Sosson, N Kaymakci, R A Stephenson, V Starostenko and F Bergerat, Geological Society.

Sedimentary Basin Tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform: Introduction Article (PDF Available) in Geological Society London Special Publications. Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian platform: introduction / M.

Sosson [and others] --The Black Sea back-arc basin: insights to its origin from geodynamic models of modern analogues / R. Stephenson and W.P. Schellart --Structure of the earth's crust and upper mantle of the west- and east-Black Sea basins.

Abstract. This wide area of the Alpine–Himalayan belt evolved through a series of tectonic events related to the opening and closure of the Tethys Ocean.

In do. Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform: introduction. Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform: introduction.

By Marc Sosson, the Afro-Arabian Plate in the middle and the Indian Plate in the east. This Special Publication addresses the main problems of the middle part of this system incorporating the Balkans, Black Sea and Greater Caucasus in the.

Foreword and acknowledgements SOSSON, M., KAYMAKCI, N., STEPHENSON, R., BERGERAT, F. & STAROSTENKO, V. Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform: introduction STEPHENSON, R. & SCHELLART, W. The Black Sea back-arc basin: insights to its origin from geodynamic models of modern analogues YEGOROVA, T.

& GOBARENKO, V. Author: M. Sosson,R.A. Stephenson,S.A. Adamia ; Publisher: Geological Society of London ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The fifteen chapters included in this volume are concerned with the main issues in the Eastern Black sea and Caucasus regions of the Alpine–Tethyan orogenic realm, which are: (1) the changes in space and time of.

eastern Black Sea–Caucasus realm The sedimentary basins of interest in the study area are largely formed on top of and within the continental lithosphere of the Eurasian plate. The northern part of this pre-Black Sea pre-Caucasus Orogen lithosphere is represented by the so-called Scythian Plate (or Scythian Platform, although this.

Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform: introduction MARC SOSSON1*, NURETDIN KAYMAKCI2, RANDELL STEPHENSON3, FRANC¸OISE BERGERAT4 & VITALY STAROSTENKO5 1University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, OCA, UMR Ge´oazur, rue A.

Einstein, Valbonne, FranceCited by: In addition, this region has similarities with the Greater Caucasus and records extensional tectonic events related to the evolution of the Greater Caucasus basin as well as deformation connected.

Sedimentary Basin Tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform. editor / M Sosson ; N Kaymakci ; R A Stephenson ; V Starostenko ; F Bergerat. London UK:.

Get this from a library. Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform. [M Sosson;] -- Dedicated to the part of the Alpine-Himalayan belt running from Bulgaria to Armenia and from Ukraine to the Arabian platform, this special publication includes 20 multidisciplinary studies.

Stephenson R, Schellart WP () The Black Sea back-arc basin: insights to itsorigin from geodynamic models of modern analogues.

In: Sosson M, Kaymakci N, Stephenson RA, Bergerat F, Starostenko V (eds) Sedimentary Basin Tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform, vol Author: Doğan Kalafat. In Sedimentary basins, tectonics from Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian platform.

Edited by In Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to Arabian Platform. Edited by M.

Sosson, N. Kaymakçı., R.R. Stephenson, F. Bergerat, and V. Atrostenko. Geological Society of London, Special Publicationpp. – Cited by: 1. Abstract. We used teleseismic P-wave receiver functions recorded by the Eastern Turkey Seismic Experiment to determine the crustal structure across an active c.

Tectonics of Sedimentary Basins: Recent Advances focuses on key topics or areas where the greatest strides forward have been made, while also providing on-line access to the comprehensive book. Breakthroughs in new techniques are described in Section 1, including detrital zircon geochronology, cosmogenic nuclide dating.

The geology of Turkey is the product of a wide variety of tectonic processes that have shaped Anatolia over millions of years, N., Stephenson, R., Starostenko, V.

and Bergerat, F. (Eds.) Sedimentary basin tectonics from the Black Sea and Caucasus to the Arabian Platform. Geological Society London Special Issue No.Closure of the western Greater Caucasus Basin and uplift of the Caucasus were driven by the collision of the Arabian tectonic plate with Europe.

The basin acted as a zone of weakness, akin to a car's crumple zone, that took up the early impact of this collision. Tectonic map of the Black Sea‐Caspian region showing the Greater Caucasus and Cited by:.

The Black Sea basin, in terms of crustal structure, is composed of two deep basins Fig. 1, Fig. 2: the western Black Sea basin, which is underlain by oceanic to suboceanic crust and contains a sedimentary cover of up to 19 km thick, and the eastern Black Sea basin, which is underlain by thinned continental crust approximately 10 km in thickness and up to 12 km thickness of by: This wide area of the Alpine-Himalayan belt evolved through a series of tectonic events related to the opening and closure of the Tethys Ocean.

In doing so it produced the largest mountain belt of the world, which extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans. The basins associated with this belt contain invaluable information related to mountain building processes and are the locus of rich.General introduction to Greater Caucasus Tectonics The Caucasus orogen lies at Europe’s cross-road with Asia and Arabia, and is one of the world’s outstanding mountain ranges (Figure 1).

It consists of the Greater Caucasus, intramontane basins (Kura-Kartli-Rioni), and the Lesser Caucasus. North of the Greater Caucasus the deep sedimentary Terek and Kuban foreland basin.