The special issue of the Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences on "Tertiary Geological Evolution of the Western Black Sea Region" was published in January 2020. In this special issue edited by Aral Okay (İstanbul Technical University, İstanbul, Turkey), Mike Simmons (Halliburton Landmark, Milton Park, UK) and Gabor Tari (OMV Group, Vienna, Austria), a total of eight studies examining the Tertiary geological evolution of the Black Sea and its surroundings, which is one of the most important sedimentary basins in the world dating back to eighty million years ago, are included.
The research results/findings in the special issue, due to the fact that the Black Sea has an important resource in terms of hydrocarbons and Tertiary geology examines the periods when oil/natural gas started to form, stated that a good knowledge and understanding of the Tertiary geology of the Black Sea and its surroundings is important in many aspects.
With the participation of the editors and authors who contributed to the special issue of the Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences on "Tertiary Geological Evolution of the Western Black Sea Region", you can participate in the meeting, which will be held on Thursday, October 8, 2020, 14.00–16.00, through the link below.
14.00 – 14.10 - Hasan Mandal – President of TÜBİTAK
14.10 – 14.20 - Aral Okay (İstanbul Technical University)
Geology of the Black Sea
14.20 – 14.30 - Gabor Tari (OMV Grup)
Exploration context of the Western Black Sea
14.30 – 14.40 - Ercan Özcan (İstanbul Technical University)
Eocene sediments in Northwest Anatolia
14.40 – 14.50 - Mike Simmons (Halliburton Landmark)
Biostratigraphy and depositional environment of the marine Oligocene sequence in Karaburun, west of İstanbul
14.50 – 15.00 - Ali Osman Yücel (İstanbul Technical University)
Large benthic foraminifera in the Eocene limestones in the Thrace Basin and on the Black Sea shelf
15.00 – 15.10 - Recep Hayrettin Sancar, Zühtü Batı (Turkish Petroleum Corporation)
Eocene - Oligocene palinostratigraphy in the Western Black Sea Region
15.10 – 15.20 - Aral Okay (İstanbul Technical University)
Eocene-Oligocene succession at Kıyıkköy on the Western Black Sea coastal area
15.20 – 15.30 - Fatih Şen (İstanbul University - Cerrahpaşa)
Eocene magmatism on the Princes’ Islands (Istanbul) and its geodynamic implications
15.30 – 16.00