Abstract

The Cenozoic sedimentary fill of the Eastern Black Sea (Figure 1) is up to 10 km in thickness. Its bedding is almost horizontal with the the exception of basin flanks. The Eastern Black Sea Basin is separated from the Cenozoic Sorokin and Tuapse Troughs by the buried Shatsky and Tetyaev ridges, which have Mesozoic and Paleocene-Eocene sedimentary cover (Figure 2).

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