Physical Oceanography

, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp 273–281 | Cite as

Some peculiarities of the Black Sea palaeohydrology in various geological periods

  • V. N. Eremeev
  • S. G. Bogullavsky
  • V. A. Zhorov
Experimental and field research


Deep drilling data, palaeobiological indicators, evidence on the sea-level, and mathematical modelling have been used to reconstruct the Black Sea palaeohydrological regime during the Karangat transgression, the new Euxinic regression, and Holocene. The mechanism responsible for salting of the sea and the accompanying processes during the inter-glacial period are studied.


Climate Change Mathematical Modelling Drilling Holocene Environmental Physic 
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  • V. N. Eremeev
  • S. G. Bogullavsky
  • V. A. Zhorov

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