Euxine abyssal plain
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The Euxine abyssal plain is a physiographic province of the Black Sea, an abyssal plain in its central parts. Its name comes from the Ancient Greek name Euxeinos Pontos (Εὔξεινος Πόντος) of the Black Sea.
- "International Seminar on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies" p. 146
- Maximum depth of 2,206 was measured by echo-sounding by Atlantis II in 1969, as reported in Chapter: "Bathymetry and Microtopography of Black Sea: Structure" of the 20th Memoir The Black Sea — Geology, Chemistry, and Biology of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (1974), and this number is given in some of sources
- "Remote Sensing of the European Seas" (2008) ISBN 1-4020-6771-2, p. 17