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Knipovich AM (1932) Hydrological investigations in the Black Sea. In: Transactions of the Azov-Black Sea scientific-fishing expedition, Issue 10. (in Russian) 6. M. Shokalsky. In: Collection of papers, Chap 2. AN SSSR, Moscow (in Russian) 7. Arkhangelsky AD, Strakhov NM (1938) Geological structure and history of the Black Sea development. AN SSSR, Moscow (in Russian) 8. Vodyanitsky BA (1948) Main water exchange and history of salinity formation in the Black Sea. In: Transactions of the Sevastopol biological station, vol 6.

45 Abstract During the Pleistocene history of the Black Sea, a series of basins may be traced noticeably different in their hydrological and faunistic characteristics. The formation and evolution of these basins was defined by many factors; among them, the principal factors were the availability of the connection with the Caspian and the Mediterranean seas, the character of the water exchange with them, and the proportions between the principal components of the water balance (freshwater supply and precipitation).

43 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Abstract During the Pleistocene history of the Black Sea, a series of basins may be traced noticeably different in their hydrological and faunistic characteristics. The formation and evolution of these basins was defined by many factors; among them, the principal factors were the availability of the connection with the Caspian and the Mediterranean seas, the character of the water exchange with them, and the proportions between the principal components of the water balance (freshwater supply and precipitation).

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