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Ponto-Caspian Stratigraphy and Geochronology (POCAS)

From the Caspian to Mediterranean:
Stratigraphy, Geochronology, Environmental Change
and Human Response during the Quaternary

PROJECT CO-LEADERS

[Yanko-Hombach]
[Yanina]

V. Yanko-Hombach

T. Yanina

Prof. Dr. Valentina Yanko-Hombach, Head of the Department of Physical and Marine Geology, Geological-Geographical Faculty, Head of Interdisciplinary Scientific and Educational Center of Geoarchaeology, Marine and Environmental Geology, 2, Dvorianskaia Street, Odessa 65082, Ukraine
phone +380 (48) 723-0208, e-mail
President, Avalon Institute of Applied Science, 976 Elgin Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3E 1B4, Canada
phone +1 (204) 489-4569, e-mail

Prof. Dr. Tamara Yanina, Head of the Scientific Laboratory of the Pleistocene Paleogeography, Faculty of Geography, M.V.Lomonosov State University, Moscow, Russia e-mail

Secretary Redzhep Kurbanov, PhD (Turkmenistan), Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences e-mail

Study area:

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The Caspian-Black Sea-Mediterranean CORRIDOR with locations the Plenary Meetings and Field Trips: in yellow - IGCP 521-INQUA 501 (2005 - Istanbul, Turkey; 2006, 2011 - Odessa, Ukraine; 2007 - Gelendzhik, Russia; 2008 - Bucharest, Romania and Varna, Bulgaria; 2009 - Ismir, Turkey, 2010 - Rhodes, Greece); in various purple - IGCP 610 (2013 - Tbilisi, Western Georgia; 2014 - Baku, Azerbaijan; 2015 - Astrakhan (Volga Delta), Russia; 2016 - Tbilisi, Eastern Georgia), in blue - IGCP 610 and INQUA IFG POCAS (2017 - Palermo, Italy; 2018 - Antalya, Turkey), in blue with orange font - INQUA IFG POCAS (Tehran, I.R. Iran).

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