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This paper presents geophysical and core data obtained from several marine geology surveys carried out in the western Black Sea. These data provide a solid record of water-level fluctuation during the Last Glacial Maximum in the Black Sea. A Last Glacial Maximum lowstand wedge evidenced at the shelf edge in Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey represents the starting point of this record. Then, a first transgressive system is identified as the Danube prodelta built under ~40 m of water depth. The related rise in water level is interpreted to have been caused by an increase in water provided to the Black...

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