Nataliya Yu. Filippova

Nataliya Yu. Filippova
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · Geological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

PhD in geological and mineralogical sciences

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Introduction
Nataliya Filippova currently works at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Geological Institute. Nataliya does research in Palynology (spore and pollen, organic-walled phytoplankton), Stratigraphy and Correlation of the Upper Cenozoic deposits of the Eastern and Central Paratethys and the Mediterranean.

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Publications (14)
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The monograph is devoted to the Alkun Formation, occurring in the middle of the Maikop (Oligocene-Lower Miocene) sediments of the North Caucasus and Ciscaucasia. The Alkun formation can be traced over a large area from Sulak River in the Eastern Caucasus (Dagestan) to the Adagum River in the Western Caucasus and being a regional marking horizon. Th...
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The Taman sections, reference for the Neogene of the Eastern Paratethys, are investigated thoroughly paleontologically and stratigraphically, with level-by-level description of four sections, correlated in detail with each other; fossil remains coming from them are examined conjointly, with uniform binding to the sections. The composition of malaco...
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The problems related to age of the lower part of the Caucasian regional stage (Alkun Formation) and Paleogene-Neogene boundary in the North Caucasus and Ciscaucasia are discussed with analysis and generalization of the data on nannoplankton and dinocyst assemblages from Alkun sediments in their different areas. The new data obtained from the sectio...
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With the problem of age, division and correlation of the Maikopian deposits and question of the position of the boundary of the Oligocene and Miocene in the North Caucasus and in the Ciscaucasia, which both are closely related, as an additional stratigraphic and correlation criterias are considered regional marker horizons and lithological markers....
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The stratigraphy of the Taman Peninsula is defined using the sections at Zelensky Hill — Panagia, Popov Kamen, Taman and Zheleznyi Rog. The stratigraphy is constructed from distribution of mollusks, foraminifers, nannofossils, diatoms, and organic-walled phytoplankton, as well as incorporating paleomagnetic data. The occurrence of oceanic diatom sp...
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The initially obtained data characterize organic-walled phytoplankton (dinocysts), nannoplankton, spores, and pollen from the Upper Argun, Alkun, and Lower Assa deposits of the Fiagdon and Mairamadag sections situated on the southeast of North Ossetia (North Caucasus) in the Alkun Formation stratotype area. The lithology of the formation is describ...
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Neogene pollen, spores and organic-walled phytoplankton were studied from the reffering section “Таman”. There were determined the Late Miocene – Early Pliocene palynological assemblages. There were considered Late Miocene – Early Pliocene vegetation and climatic changes, interpretated palaeocenological, palaeofloristic, palaeoecological, palaeogeo...
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This publication consist of the analysis and compilation of the Late Miocene vegetation and climate Eastern Paratethys region and adjacent territories. The main tendency was consisted in reduction of the warm (subtropical) flora-climatic zone and changed it to temperate zone during the Late Miocene (Late Sarmatian, Maeotian, Early Pontian).
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Ten spore-and-pollen assemblages and nine phytoplankton assemblages (dinocysts, green algae, acritarchs) are distinguished in upper Sarmatian-lower Kimmerian deposits of the reference section situated in the Zheleznyi Rog area of the Black Sea region. Palynological spectra of two types (forest and forest-steppe) were found to alternate throughout t...
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The monograph (in Russian with a large summary in English) presents palinologic analysis of the Upper Pliocene to Middle Pleistocene deposits from the southern areas of the Caspian region- East Trans-Caucasus and West Turkmenia. The monograph contains a large volume of original data on type sections of these regions. The determined palynologic zona...

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The aim of the project is the correlation of regional units of Upper and Middle Miocene (Maeotian - Sarmatian-Konkian) of the Eastern Paratethys with stratigraphic units of the Central Paratethys and Mediterranean