Shota Adamia

Keywords : Geology Mineralogy Volcanology geochemistry Biogeography volcanism Paleoclimatology Paleontology

Country : Georgia

Organization : Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Department : M. Nodia Institute of Geophysics

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Bibliography


Geology of the Caucasus: A Review 2011 Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences

Late Cenozoic Tectonics and Geodynamics of Georgia (SW Caucasus) 2008 Georgian International Journal of Science and Technology ISSN

Seismoactive Structures Of Georgia: Map And Catalogue 2011

Evolution of an active continental margin as exemplified by the Alpine history of the Caucasus 1977 Tectonophysics

Neotectonics of East Anatolian Plateau (Turkey) and Lesser Caucasus: implication for transition from thrusting to strike-slip faulting 2001 Geodinamica Acta

Tectonics of the Caucasus and adjoining regions: implications for the evolution of the Tethys ocean 1981 Journal of Structural Geology

GEOLOGY OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA: A REVIEW 1992 International Geology Review

Evolution of the Late Cenozoic basins of Georgia (SW Caucasus): A review 2010  Geological Society

Tectonic setting of Georgia–Eastern Black Sea: a review 2015 Geological Society

Tethyan evolution and continental collision in SW Caucasus (Georgia and adjacent areas) 2017 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GROUP PROJECT

Postcollisional tectonics and seismicity of Georgia 2017 The Geological Society of America

Tethyan evolution and continental collision in Georgia 2017 Geological Society of America

Correlation of the Main Tectonic Units and Paleotectonic Reconstructions of the Eastern Black Sea-Caucasian-South Caspian Region 2018 Geophysical Research Abstracts

Structural geometry of active Kura foreland fold-and-thrust belt revealed by seismic reflection profiles 2018 Geophysical Research Abstracts

The eastern Black Sea-Caucasus region during the Cretaceous: New evidence to constrain its tectonic evolution 2015 Comptes Rendus - Geoscience