|Geo- and hydro-acoustic manifestations of shallow gas and gas seeps in the Dnepr paleodelta, northwestern Black Sea|Naudts, L.; De Batist, M.; Greinert , J.; Artemov, Y. (2009). Geo- and hydro-acoustic manifestations of shallow gas and gas seeps in the Dnepr paleodelta, northwestern Black Sea. Lead. Edge (Tulsa Okla.) 28(9): 1030-1040. dx.doi.org/10.1190/1.3236372
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Shallow gas occurs between 0 and 1000 m below the sea floor. It consists mainly of microbial-formed or thermogenic methane or a combination of both, sometimes with a limited admixture of higher hydrocarbons (propane, butane, etc.).