Odessa National University
Status Public University
Telephone (0482) 68-12-84
Address вул. Дворянська, 2, 65000, Odessa, , Ukraine
Contact person A.V. Tyurin (Director )
Contact person Igor Koval (Rector )
Yanko V., (2017) Late Pleistocene – Holocene sea-level dynamics in the Caspian and Black Seas: Data synthesis and Paradoxical interpretations. Quaternary International , vol: 30, 1-9
Yanko V., (2017) Meiobenthos as an indicator of gaseous hydrocarbon reservoirs under floor of the Black sea.
Yanko V., et al. (2017) Geological and Geomorphological Factors and Marine Conditions of the Azov‐Black Sea Basin and Coastal Characteristics as They Determine Prospecting for Seabed Prehistoric Sites on the Continental Shelf. Submerged Landscapes of the European Continental Shelf: Quaternary Paleoenvironments, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 431-478
Yanko V., (2017) Benthic foraminifera indicate environmental stress from river discharge to marine ecosystems: Example from the Black Sea. The Journal of Foraminiferal Research, vol: 47, 70-92
Yanko V., (2006) Transformation of the Neoeuxinian lake into the Black Sea: Evidence from benthic foraminifera.
Yanko V., (1999) Stable isotopic evidence from Holocene Sea of Marmara sediments for two-way watermass interchange between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. South African Journal of Science , vol: 95, 201-204
Yanko V., (2007) Black Sea controversy in light of geological and foraminiferal evidence from the Black Sea shelf. Quaternary International, vol: 167–168 , 91–113
Yanko V., (2010) Was the Black Sea catastrophically flooded in the Early Holocene – a new perspective from the large scale geological survey of the northwestern shelf.
Yanko V., (1990) Quaternary foraminifera of genus Ammonia of the Ponto-Caspian region. Paleontological Journal, vol: 1, 18-26
Yanko V., et al. (2008) Lithology, biochemistry, and micropaleontology of mud volcanoes and high-intensity cold seeps on the bottom of the Black Sea and Sea of Azov.
Yanko V., (2007) Controversy over the great flood hypotheses in the Black Sea in light of geological, paleontological, and archaeological evidence. Quaternary International , vol: 167, 91-113
Yanko V., (2007) EVOLUTION OF THE PONTO-CASPIAN REGION DURING LAST 800 KA: EVIDENCE FROM BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA..
Yanko V., (2007) Controversy over Noah's Flood in the Black Sea: Geological and foraminiferal evidence from the shelf. The Black Sea Flood Question, Elsevier, 149-203
Yanko V., (2011) Was the Black Sea catastrophically flooded during the post-glacial? Geological evidence and archaeological impacts. Submerged Prehistory, 245-262
Yanko V., (2015) ORIGIN AND TAXONOMY OF THE QUATERNARY PONTO-CASPIAN FORAMINIFERA.
Yanko V., (2015) ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS IN THE DANUBE DELTA FRONT (BLACK SEA) IDENTIFIED FROM BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA.
Yanko V., (2014) Caspian–Black Sea–Mediterranean corridors during last 30 ky: Sea level change and human adaptive strategies: Proceedings of IGCP 521, 481 – INQUA 501 Sixth and Seventh Plenary Meetings and field trips. Quaternary International, vol: 345, 1-8
Yanko V., et al. (2007) Water-level fluctuations in the Black Sea since the Last Glacial Maximum. Water-level fluctuations in the Black Sea since the Last Glacial Maximum, 437-452
Yanko V., (2007) Sea-level fluctuations and coastline migration in the northwestern Black Sea area over the last 18 ky based on high-resolution lithological-genetic analysis of sediment architecture. Water-level fluctuations in the Black Sea since the Last Glacial Maximum, 437-452
Yanko V., (2010) Caspian-Black Sea-Mediterranean corridors during the last 30ka: Sea level change and human adaptive strategiesProceedings of IGCP 521 and 481 - INQUA 501 Third Plenary Meeting and Field Trip. Quaternary International, vol: 225, 147-149
Yanko V., (2011) Pleistocene water intrusions from the Mediterranean and Caspian Seas into the Black Sea: Reconstructions based on foraminifera.
Yanko V., (2007) IGCP 521: “Black Sea–Mediterranean Corridor during the last 30 ka: Sea level change and human adaptation”. Quaternary International, vol: 167, 91–113