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Fig 3 - The Ponto-Caspian region: Environmental consequences of climate change during the Late Pleistocene

Fig. 3. Scheme of development of the Ponto-Caspian basins during the Late Pleistocene under global climate change: A e Interglacial epoch (MIS 5, Mikulino interglacial on the East-European Plain): the Karangat transgression of the Pont (with ingression in the Manych valley) and the Late Khazar transgressive stage of the Caspian (isolated basin). B e Transitional epoch from interglacial (MIS 5) to glacial (MIS 4) epochs: beginning of the Karangat regression of the Pont and Girkan transgressive stage of the Caspian; Girkan passage of the Manych. C e Early stage of the glacial epoch (MIS 4, Early Valdai glaciations on the East-European Plain), glacial maximum: Post-Karangat regression of the Pont and Atel regression of the Caspian Sea. D e Interstadial warming (MIS 3, Bryansk interstadial on the East-European Plain), glacial degradation: Surozh basin of the Pont and beginning of the Early Khvalynian transgression of the Caspian Sea. E À Late stage of the glacial epoch (MIS 2, Late Valdai glaciations on the East-European Plain), glacial maximum: the New Euxinian regression of the Pont and regressive stage (Elton?) of the Early Khvalynian basin. F e Degradation of glaciations (MIS 2): the New Euxinian transgression of the Pont and maximal stage of the Early Khvalynian transgression of the Caspian Sea. G e Glacial degradation (MIS 2) e beginning of post-glacial epoch (MIS 1): the New Euxinian transgression of the Pont and Late Khvalynian transgression of the Caspian Sea. H e Beginning of the Interglacial epoch of the Holocene (MIS 1): beginning of the Black Sea transgression of the Pont and the Mangyshlak regression of the Caspian Sea. 
Scheme of development of the Ponto-Caspian basins during the Late Pleistocene under global climate change: A e Interglacial epoch (MIS 5, Mikulino interglacial on the East-European Plain): the Karangat transgression of the Pont (with ingression in the Manych valley) and the Late Khazar transgressive stage of the Caspian (isolated basin). B e Transitional epoch from interglacial (MIS 5) to glacial (MIS 4) epochs: beginning of the Karangat regression of the Pont and Girkan transgressive stage of the Caspian; Girkan passage of the Manych. C e Early stage of the glacial epoch (MIS 4, Early Valdai glaciations on the East-European Plain), glacial maximum: Post-Karangat regression of the Pont and Atel regression of the Caspian Sea. D e Interstadial warming (MIS 3, Bryansk interstadial on the East-European Plain), glacial degradation: Surozh basin of the Pont and beginning of the Early Khvalynian transgression of the Caspian Sea. E À Late stage of the glacial epoch (MIS 2, Late Valdai glaciations on the East-European Plain), glacial maximum: the New Euxinian regression of the Pont and regressive stage (Elton?) of the Early Khvalynian basin. F e Degradation of glaciations (MIS 2): the New Euxinian transgression of the Pont and maximal stage of the Early Khvalynian transgression of the Caspian Sea. G e Glacial degradation (MIS 2) e beginning of post-glacial epoch (MIS 1): the New Euxinian transgression of the Pont and Late Khvalynian transgression of the Caspian Sea. H e Beginning of the Interglacial epoch of the Holocene (MIS 1): beginning of the Black Sea transgression of the Pont and the Mangyshlak regression of the Caspian Sea. 
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