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Middle-Upper Miocene stratigraphy of the Taman Peninsula, Eastern Paratethys

Eleonora Radionova / Larisa Golovina / Natalia Filippova / Valery Trubikhin / Sergey Popov / Irina Goncharova / Yulia Vernigorova / Tatiana Pinchuk
Published Online: 2012-03-20 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/s13533-011-0065-8

Abstract

The stratigraphy of the Taman Peninsula is defined using the sections at Zelensky Hill — Panagia, Popov Kamen, Taman and Zheleznyi Rog. The stratigraphy is constructed from distribution of mollusks, foraminifers, nannofossils, diatoms, and organic-walled phytoplankton, as well as incorporating paleomagnetic data. The occurrence of oceanic diatom species in the Middle-Upper Sarmatian, Maeotian and Lower Pontian makes a direct correlation possible between the sections studied, the Mediterranean basin and oceanic zonation. The new data on planktonic and benthic biotic groups suggests a pulsating connection of the Eastern Paratethys with the open marine basins, especially during transitional intervals within constant environments. Comprehensive studies of the Chokrakian-Kimmerian microbiota provide evidence for several levels of marine microbiotic associations that are related to short-term marine invasions. The biotic and paleomagnetic data of the Taman Peninsula sections give a more comprehensive, but sometimes a controversial picture on the Eastern Paratethys history and the nature of its relationship with the adjacent marine basins.

Keywords: Euxinian basin; Neogene; biostratigraphy; magnetostratigraphy; mollusks; foraminifers; nannofossils; diatoms; organic-walled phytoplankton

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