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Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change
Henriet, J.-P.; Mienert, J. (1998). Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137. The Geological Society: London. ISBN 1-86239-010-X. 338 pp.
Part of: Hartley, A.J. et al. (Ed.) Geological Society Special Publication. Geological Society of London: Oxford; London; Edinburgh; Boston, Mass.; Carlton, Vic.. ISSN 0305-8719, more
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Keywords
    Climatic changes; Gas hydrates; Plate margins; Stability; Marine

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  • Henriet, J.-P., more
  • Mienert, J.

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  • Henriet, J.-P.; Mienert, J. (1998). Gas hydrates: the Gent debates. Outlook on research horizons and strategies, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 1-8, more
  • Kvenvolden, K.A. (1998). A primer on the geological occurrence of gas hydrate, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 9-30, more
  • Sloan, E.D. (1998). Physical/chemical properties of gas hydrates and application to world margin stability and climatic change, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 31-50, more
  • Ginsburg, G.D. (1998). Gas hydrate accumulation in deep-water marine sediments, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 51-62, more
  • Rempel, A.W.; Buffett, B.A. (1998). Mathematical models of gas hydrate accumulation, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 63-74, more
  • Bakker, R.J. (1998). Improvements in clathrate modelling II: the H2O-CO2-CH4-N2-C2H6 fluid system, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 75-105, more
  • Lu, H.; Matsumoto, R. (1998). Synthesis of CO2 hydrate in various CH3CO2Na/CH3CO2H pH buffer solutions, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 107-111, more
  • Booth, J.S.; Winters, W.J.; Dillon, W.P.; Clennell, M.B.; Rowe, M.M. (1998). Major occurrences and reservoir concepts of marine clathrate hydrates: implications of field evidence, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 113-127, more
  • Goldberg, D.; Saito, S. (1998). Detection of gas hydrates using downhole logs, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 129-132, more
  • Hobro, J.W.; Minshull, T.A.; Singh, S.C. (1998). Tomographic seismic studies of the methane hydrate stability zone in the Cascadia Margin, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 133-140, more
  • Tinivella, U.; Lodolo, E.; Camerlenghi, A.; Boehm, G. (1998). Seismic tomography study of a bottom simulating reflector off the South Shetland Islands (Antarctica), in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 141-151, more
  • Paull, C.K.; Borowski, W.S.; Rodriguez, N.M. (1998). Marine gas hydrate inventory: preliminary results of ODP Leg 164 and implications for gas venting and slumping associated with the Blake Ridge gas hydrate field, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 153-160, more
  • Thiéry, R.; Bakker, R.; Monnin, C. (1998). Geochemistry of gas hydrates and associated fluids in the sediments of a passive continental margin. Preliminary results of the ODP Leg 164 on the Blake Outer Ridge, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 161-165, more
  • de Lange, G.J.; Brumsack, H.-J. (1998). The occurrence of gas hydrates in eastern Mediterranean mud dome structures as indicated by pore-water composition, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 167-175, more
  • Woodside, J.M.; Ivanov, M.K.; Limonov, A.F. (1998). Shallow gas and gas hydrates in the Anaximander Mountains region, eastern Mediterranean Sea, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 177-193, more
  • Ivanov, M.K.; Limonov, A.F.; Woodside, J.M. (1998). Extensive deep fluid flux through the sea floor on the Crimean continental margin (Black Sea), in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 195-213, more
  • Bouriak, S.V.; Akhmetjanov, A.M. (1998). Origin of gas hydrate accumulations on the continental slope of the Crimea from geophysical studies, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 215-222, more
  • Long, D.; Lammers, S.; Linke, P. (1998). Possible hydrate mounds within large sea-floor craters in the Barents Sea, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 223-237, more
  • Veerayya, M.; Karisiddaiah, S.M.; Vora, K.H.; Wagle, B.G.; Almeida, F. (1998). Detection of gas-charged sediments and gas hydrate horizons along the western continental margin of India, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 239-253, more
  • Neben, S.; Hinz, K.; Beiersdorf, H. (1998). Reflection characteristics, depth and geographical distribution of bottom simulating reflectors within the accretionary wedge of Sulawesi, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 255-265, more
  • Delisle, G.; Beiersdorf, H.; Neben, S.; Steinmann, D. (1998). The geothermal field of the North Sulawesi accretionary wedge and a model on BSR migration in unstable depositional environments, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 267-274, more
  • Mienert, J.; Posewang, J.; Baumann, M. (1998). Gas hydrates along the northeastern Atlantic margin: possible hydrate-bound margin instabilities and possible release of methane, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 275-291, more
  • Dillon, W.P.; Danforth, W.W.; Hutchinson, D.R.; Drury, R.M.; Taylor, M.H.; Booth, J.S. (1998). Evidence for faulting related to dissociation of gas hydrate and release of methane off the southeastern United States, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 293-302, more
  • Haq, B.U. (1998). Natural gas hydrates: searching for the long-term climatic and slope-stability records, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 303-318, more
  • Thorpe, R.B.; Pyle, J.A.; Nisbet, E.G. (1998). What does the ice-core record imply concerning the maximum climatic impact of possible gas hydrate release at Termination 1A?, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 319-326, more
  • Raynaud, D.; Chappellaz, J.; Blünier, T. (1998). Ice-core record of atmospheric methane changes: relevance to climatic changes and possible gas hydrate sources, in: Henriet, J.-P. et al. Gas hydrates: relevance to world margin stability and climate change. Geological Society Special Publication, 137: pp. 327-331, more

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