Black Sea Project 2019-2021
This phase of the Black Sea Project will include the results of new field data collected in western and central Georgia and the integration of a 20-year field archive to inform a geodynamic review of this complex region and populate two palaeoenvironmental reconstructions.
- A detailed evaluation of potential reservoir units derived from the Dzirula Massif in western Georgia and associated basement highs.
- An Eocene geodynamic review covering the greater Black Sea region.
- The reconstruction of schematic, non-palinspastic, gross depositional environment maps of the greater Black Sea region.
Project length: 24 months from September 2019.
Contact(s): Stephen Vincent
The map below shows the samples collected and/or the areas of relevance for reports issued during this project phase. To interactively explore all the reports and samples belonging to the project series, click the blue button below the map.
- Joining CASP
- How Projects are Designed
- Project History
- Black Sea Project 2019-2021
- Flood Basalt Impact on Hydrocarbon Systems Project 2019-2021
- Dinarides-Hellenides Project 2018-2020
- Late Cretaceous Arctic Source Rock Project 2018-2019
- Barents Shelf Provenance Project 2017-2019
- Uralian Provenance Project 2017-2019
- North Atlantic Margins Evolution Project (NAME) 2017-2019
- Flood Basalt Impact on Hydrocarbon Systems Project 2016-2018
- Black Sea Project 2016-2018
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