Stephen Vincent

Stephen Vincent

Keywords : Caucasus Black Sea Adjara-Trialet Basin Sandstones Rocks

Country : United Kingdom

Organization : University of Cambridge

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Tracking sediment provenance and erosional evolution of the western Greater Caucasus 2014 Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

Along-strike variations in the composition of sandstones derived from the uplifting western Greater Caucasus: Causes and implications for reservoir quality prediction in the Eastern Black Sea 2015 Geological Society Special Publication

The formation and inversion of the western Greater Caucasus Basin and the uplift of the western Greater Caucasus: Implications for the wider Black Sea region 2016

Oligocene uplift of the Western Greater Caucasus: an effect of initial Arabia–Eurasia collision 2007 Terra Nova

The exhumation of the western Greater Caucasus: A thermochronometric study 2011 Geological Magazine

Insights from petrography, mineralogy and U–Pb zircon geochronology into the provenance and reservoir potential of Cenozoic siliciclastic depositional systems supplying the northern margin of the Eastern Black Sea 2013 Marine and Petroleum Geology

Contrasting Pliocene fluvial depositional systems within the rapidly subsiding South Caspian Basin; a case study of the palaeo-Volga and palaeo-Kura river systems in the Surakhany Suite, Upper Productive Series, onshore Azerbaijan 2010 Marine and Petroleum Geology

Testing Models of Cenozoic Exhumation in the Western Greater Caucasus 2020 Tectonics

Evolution of a Mixed Siliciclastic‐Carbonate Deep‐Marine System on An Unstable Margin: the Cretaceous of the Eastern Greater Caucasus, Azerbaijan 2020 Basin Research

Age constraints on intra-formational unconformities in Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous carbonates in northeast Turkey; geodynamic and hydrocarbon implications 2018 Marine and Petroleum Geology

Comment on “Relict Basin Closure and Crustal Shortening Budgets During Continental Collision: An Example From Caucasus Sediment Provenance” by Cowgill et al. (2016) 2018 Tectonics